What is the fix to "Just in time debugging" error message that appears repeatedly while in aol?

It only happens when we're in aol.  It's a rectangular box which pops up in the middle of the screen every few seconds and says:
                    JUST-IN-TIME DEBUGGING
                    Please select a debugger.
                    Possible Debuggers:
                    New instance of Microsoft Script Editor
                    Do you want to debug using the selected debugger?
                            (Yes)            (no)
I just keep hitting the large red X at the top right corner to close it, but it's a nasty one .... it keeps coming back!
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Greetings JenaeRubin !

In your AOL browser, go to Settings > Internet (Web) Options > Internet Explorer Settings > Advanced > Scroll down to Browsing > Check Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) and Disable script debugging (Other).

If no joy, Do you have Sun's Java plugin installed? If yes, open Control Panel. Switch to classic view. Locate and open the item for Sun. There may be some additional settings in there you could try.

Hope this helps, war1

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JenaeRubinAuthor Commented:
I will try this today (have to go to my cousin's house) and report back.  Thanks.  Jenae
JenaeRubinAuthor Commented:
Thanks lots.  My cousin, who knows NOTHING about computers, was easily able to follow your instructions for a quick, painless fix.  Thanks again.
JenaeRobin, glad to help!
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