Suppress "Runtime error" in CWebBrowser2

I am using CWebBrowser2 to show HTML.
When I load HTML pages I get the following message:
"A Runtime Error has occurred.
Do you wish to Debug?

Line: 0
Error: Object expected"
I tried to suppress the erros using "SetSilent(TRUE)".
I does suppress the error, but it waits a lot of time for smething (minutes).

VapiSoftAsked:
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evilrixConnect With a Mentor Senior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
Official documentation: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms241741.aspx

How to: Enable Script Debugging in Internet Explorer

Before you can use Visual Studio to debug script running in Internet Explorer, you must enable script debugging in Internet Explorer. Script debugging in Internet Explorer is disabled by default.

To Enable Script Debugging in Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer, choose Internet Options from the Tools menu.

In the Internet Options dialog box, click the Advanced tab.

On the Advanced tab, under Browsing, clear Disable Script Debugging.

Click OK.

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evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
Try this: -

Go to your Internet Explorer web browser settings and disable script debugging.

Open "Internet Properties" and click on the "Advanced" tab. Look for the group called "Browsing" and tick the boxes "Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)" and "Disable script debugging (other)". You might also want to untick "Display a notification about every script error".
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evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
^^^ Obviously, do the opposite -- sorry, I forgot to point that out :)
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VapiSoftAuthor Commented:
Hi evilrix,

You did not understand the question.
I use the CWebBrowser2  in my program.
I am not interested in disabling it in the IE browser because I cannot (and don't want to) change the user's settings. I need something that disables the same thing in the CWebBrowser2  control.
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evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
>> You did not understand the question.
I assure you I did understand your question, completely!

>> I use the CWebBrowser2  in my program.
And this uses the Internet Settings to control its behavior

>> I am not interested in disabling it in the IE browser because I cannot (and don't want to) change the user's settings. I need something that disables the same thing in the CWebBrowser2  control.
This is a setting that is controlled by the users Internet Settings.

Did you try it?
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VapiSoftAuthor Commented:
Hi evilrix,

OK, I tried it (althought it is not what I want). I checked all 3 check-boxes (disable).
Now I receive a differnet error messages. It is a biiget dialog-box with the title (Internet Explorer Script Error). So I could suppress the error messages.
But even if I did work, I need to do it from the program (how?) and only for my control (so I do not change the usere's settings).
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evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
I'm sorry, as far as I know this is the only way to control this. It's basically an ActiveX control that embeds IE in your application.
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evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
I don't really see why this is being closed. The answer given is correct. The fact it's not the answer wanted doesn't make it any less correct. The ActiveX control is the IE rendering engine and its behavior is controlled via the normal Internet Settings, as already explained.
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