Receiving constant webpage errors since upgrading to IE 11

Posted on 2014-01-07
Last Modified: 2014-02-16
Since I updated my browser from ie 10 to 11 I am receiving constant errors like the one below.  I have checked the Disable Script Debugging options (both ie and Other) but still getting them all the time. I also tried a reinstall but no help.  I am running W7 x64.  Any thoughts on how I can stop this?

Question by:canuckconsulting
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Expert Comment

by:Dave Baldwin
ID: 39764035
Tell us what the URL is so we can check to see if there really are errors there.

Expert Comment

by:Pradeep VIshwakarma
ID: 39764324
try deleting Temporary Internet Files, History and Cookies.

1. "Delete your Internet cookies"

2. "Clear the history of websites you've visited".

3. "Delete temporary Internet files".

if its not working so Reset the IE settings


1) In Internet Explorer, select the Tools menu and then click Internet Options.

2) Click the Advanced tab, Click Reset button.

3) Click Reset button while a prompt asks” Are you sure you want to reset all the Internet Explorer settings”.

4) Click Ok, restart your IE.
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ID: 39764610
What happens when you tick this box and click "No"?
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Author Comment

ID: 39765577
Dave Baldwin:

Here is an example link.  Works find in Firefox as they all do.


No luck...also tried a full re-install.


Stops messages coming up for that particular session and website.
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Expert Comment

by:Dave Baldwin
ID: 39765813
That link says you're using IE7.  Is that true?  Have you set your IE11 to act like IE7?

Expert Comment

by:Craig Kehler
ID: 39765816
When you freshly open the browser, is the checkbox next to "Display a notification about every script error" checked in the Advanced tab of internet options? If it's checked and you uncheck it and close and reopen the browser does the checkbox re-appear?

What anti-virus are you using? It's possible it's interfering.

Expert Comment

by:Pradeep VIshwakarma
ID: 39767189
use this fix-it i think your problem is almost solve.

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canuckconsulting earned 0 total points
ID: 39789177
Guys was down to my stupid fault.  It was only happening when I had Visual Studio open debugging projects (which I do a lot).  Sorry for the wild goose chase!
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ID: 39847843
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Not enough information to confirm an answer.

Expert Comment

by:Craig Kehler
ID: 39847844
This was the solution, found by the author.

Debugging in Visual Studio on the same machine can cause Internet Explorer to throw a lot of script errors apparently.

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