Although fixing problems with automated tools such as SlimCleaner Plus is our recommended route, we have compiled step-by-step instructions to fixing the most common issues below. WARNING: these instructions are intended to be followed precisely.
article will guide you through the process of troubleshooting the
cause of your runtime errors and provide instructions to manually fix
the errors. To begin, try recreating the runtime error message that
you last received. You can do this by running the programs that last
gave the error. Make a note of the error message if you can recreate
it. It will help narrow down the cause of the issue.
begin fixing the problem and stop the runtime errors, continue
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Resetting Internet Explorer is the first and easiest
step to take to begin troubleshooting.
Close all other programs and windows.
Launch Internet Explorer.
Click the Tools
Select Internet Options
from the list that appears.
Click the Advanced
Click the Reset
Click the Reset button
in the new window.
Internet Explorer will reset all the settings and delete
temporary Internet files. It will notify you once it is complete.
Once it has finished, close the Internet Explorer browser and reboot
the computer. For some users, this will fix the problem. If it did
not, proceed to the next section.
resetting the Internet Explorer settings didn't help, try disabling
error messages and notifications.
all programs and windows.
from the list that appears. The Internet Options will open in a new
the list and place a check next to
Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)
script debugging (Other).
Also look for Display
a notifaction about every script error
and clear the check from this box.
Reboot the computer.
disabling the error messages does not stop the runtime errors from
popping up, proceed to the next section to attempt a different
solution. If the runtime error messages have stopped, there is no
need to proceed any further.
errors most often occur when a program fails to perform an attempted
action correctly. This event can occur if the program
does not have the most current updates. Make sure that the program
causing the errors has all of the latest updates from the software
developer. Obtaining the latest updates for your software will
improve performance, stability and is likely to stop the runtime
there are many toolbars and other browser plug-ins that have been
known to cause runtime errors during operation. Try uninstalling any
toolbars that are installed through Add/Remove
You can access Add/Remove
by taking these steps...
the above steps for your version of Windows will open Add/Remove
in a new window. The window will populate a list of programs
installed on the computer. This may take several moments if there are
a lot of programs installed. Browse the list of installed programs
and find any toolbars installed on the computer. To uninstall one,
click it once and then click the Change/Remove/Uninstall
button within this window.
Toolbars are one of the most common causes of runtime
errors. Disabling and uninstalling toolbars has stopped the runtime
errors for many users. If the errors are still occurring, there may
be errors in the registry.
If none of the above steps stopped the runtime errors,
there is most likely errors within the registry. The Windows registry
contains essential information for the normal operation and proper
functionality of your computer. Making changes to the registry can be
extremely harmful to the computer unless it is done with care and
knowledge of the effect any one change can present. We recommend SlimCleaner Plus.