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Posted on 2011-03-24
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Hi experts

Have searched high and low. We are using an embedded IE browser in our software. We are receiving Internet Explorer Script errors on every single page.

We have tried the following:
- reinstall browser
- In internet explorer, go to Tools, Internet Options and then to the advanced tab, and select Disable Script Debugging (other) and select Disable Script Debugging  (Internet Explorer), and make sure that the Notify script errors is UNCHECKED.
- restore default security settings

The error still appears. If I check / uncheck "Disable Script Debugging (other)" then the error message changes.

Disable Script Debugging (other) CHECKED
Disable Script Debugging (other) CHECKED

Disable Script Debugging (other) UNCHECKED
Disable Script Debugging (other) UNCHECKED
Any ideas?
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Randy Downs earned 500 total points
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You have already tried disabling errors so maybe fixing them is your only recourse - http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=308260
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Thanks Number-1

Yeah, that was the first thing I tried...have gone through all the options. None of them solved my issue. I guess the reason is because the normal browser works fine, it's only the embedded browser which is having the script errors.

Any experience with embedded IE browser anyone?
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