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Resolving script errors in Firefox, IE, and Chrome

While visiting some online shopping websites with Firefox web browser, some computer users found a pop-up Window on their screen that says ‘script on this page is either busy or not responding’. Interestingly, there were 3 buttons: Stop script, Ignore error, and Debug script with another option that says ‘Don’t ask again’. When these buttons were used, the ‘Stop script’ button closed the window, but it made the browser slowing down and the window appeared again. The ‘Ignore error’ button did nothing different from the first option. The ‘Debug script’ button opened a window that looked like HTML. If Chrome is used, computer users found no such issue.  In such a condition, the best thing you can do is to contact Apple technical support or Windows technical support for web browsers before trying some DIY ideas to fix script errors in Firefox, IE, and Chrome.


Fixing script errors in Firefox, IE, Chrome

Here are some common reasons why you get a script error in Firefox, IE, and Chrome, and how to fix it:

  • An outdated web browser can result in a script error as it doesn’t offer certain functions available in newer browsers. Here the best thing you can do is to adopt a good security practice and use only the latest version of your web browser.
  • Plug-ins and extensions installed on your browser can also result in errors with scripts running on a page. To fix errors in such a condition, you can disable all of your plug-ins and extensions. After this, revisit the page to check if it fixes the problem. Firefox users can restart Firefox in the Safe Mode. To do so, tap on the Help menu, and then choose “Restart with add-ons disabled.” You can opt for the same steps for IE and Chrome. If the issue is still unresolved, then dial a toll-free web browser support phone number active at independent technical support service providing companies.
  • Hardware Acceleration video cards can be responsible for some scripts. But you can disable the hardware acceleration feature. In Firefox, you need to tap on the Tools menu, and then Options. After this, tap on the Advanced menu. Within a newly-opened window, tap on the Advanced menu. After this, un-check the “Use hardware acceleration when available” option, under the General tab. Abide by the same steps for Internet Explorer and Chrome or call Microsoft support professionals for resolving the issue.
  • If the browser is in a ‘hung process’, the scripting error can occur. For having a better result, click on the continue button to see if that helps. Setting of high security levels on the browser can also result in script errors. You better reset the browser to say no to the scripting error in Firefox, IE, and Chrome.

If the issue is still not resolved, get connected to browser support service providing companies via their remote phone assistance service.

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