Disable Javascript error messages in IE?

Is there a way I can disable error messages for javascript errors in Internet Explorer?
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kayhustleAsked:
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amit_gCommented:
Tools->Internet Options->Advanced tab->Find "Display notification about every script error" and  uncheck this option.
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kayhustleAuthor Commented:
I still get the error message, but I only get one error message.  Is there any way to disable even the initial error message.  I notice that I don't get this message when I render the same page in firefox.
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war1Commented:
kayhustle,

Here is what to do when you get script errors
http://www.fjsmjs.com/IE/scriptdb.htm
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amit_gCommented:
You might have enabled the script debugging. That option is few line above this one in the same place.
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kayhustleAuthor Commented:
I've disabled script debugging, it just asks me if I want to continue running scripts on this page.
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war1Commented:
http://www.phdcc.com/xpsp2.htm#securityoptions

Microsoft have provided new options to turn off the security on local files to let active content run. If you want to run active content in all files on your hard disk or similar, then you need to:

    * Open menu Tools+Internet Options+Advanced tab
    * Scroll down to the Security section.
    * Make sure that "Allow active content to run in files on My Computer" is checked.
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