The script error received is generated by Internet Explorer and not by Bridgeway?s application. This is why it only happens on the individual PC and not on all PCs. ?Script? errors in the Internet Explorer web browser are caused by Explorer having a hard time reading the list of the script commands that make up the web pages. When this conflict occurs, the script error manifests and the result is frozen web pages and constant script error messages.
To stop the error, unblock the display settings and disable the script error messages by following the instructions below (this information can also be found on the internet by typing in the error message in a search engine). However, before you do either, you will want to check with your Security Team to see if this is something they have to do or if you have the Administrator rights to do it individually.
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click the "Tools" option, which is found in the top menu bar of the Internet Explorer screen.
3. Select "Internet Options"
4. Click the "Security" tab. Security settings for Internet Explorer will appear.
5. Click on either the "Default Level" or "Reset all zones to default level" in the dialog. Click on ?Apply? and close the box. Your display settings are now unblocked. To Disable Error Messages
6. Click the "Advanced" tab. "Settings" will be displayed.
7. Locate the "Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)" and "Disable script debugging (Other)" options.
8. Check both options.
9. Remove the check mark by the "Display a notification about every script error" option. Error display notifications are now eliminated.