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zpxykm
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Pavilion dv6-1334us
Microsoft Windows XP

     Hello all:

     My pc is HP Laptop Pavilion dv6-1334us bought in 2009. Just after buying, helped by this

forum I changed the OS from window7 to winXP and has been working very well since then.

 

     Recently every morning after booting the pc, I found several error warnings such as:

 

                        An error has occurred in the script of this page.

                       Line: 0

                       Char: 0

                        Error: script error

                        Code: 0

                      URL:   http//static.www.jcbia.com/script/init.js

 

                     Do you want to continue running script on this page?

 

       For each warning, I click the “yes” to continue the running and did not find

serious problem. BUT:

 

         Where do these error warnings come from? How to solve them? What should I do?

 

         Waiting for your advice!         --Zhao          

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Hi

 

Kindly go through the below link for more information on Script error.

 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/308260

 

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Hello Maverick_Nik:

 

Thanks for reply to my post and give very effective answer.

 

I read the article you told and did the following:

 

Go to IE/Tools/Internet Options/Advanced and changed the:

“Disable script debugging” and “disable a notification about every script error”

In different ways, but all failed.

 

The article also suggests to “verify Active Scripting and ActiveX and Java are not

Blocked by Internet Explorer” but I can not find the the Active Scripting and

ActiveX and Java in the Internet Explorer

 

Could you give me instruction again?    --Zhao

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       Hello all:

 

       I have found and tried all methods the article tells, but failed all the way.

 

       Maybe the only "way" I can do is "ignore the errors"

 

                                                                                                             --Zhao

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