Computer addicts may usually see an error message called script error which shows “An error has occurred in the script on this page”. People using Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, KM player, Adobe player, Autocad, Gom player etc had seen this message many times. Last day Muhammad Hafiz from Pakistan had mailed me this issue and here is his message.
Hai Jinson Hope you are doing well. I am a daily reader of your blog firstandgeek.com. I happen to see that you are happy to solve the issues facing by your readers. Today I am mailing you an issue that is always seen while opening KM player on my computer. Whenever I starts KM Player, it shows a window pop with message “An error has occurred in the script on this page”. Actually I don’t want any solution for this issue because, I can continue watching movies by closing the error message. but I want to know why this script error is happening. Is that due to any malware affection or virus attack? I had Google this issue and haven’t found a correct answer. Thanks you in advance because I know you have a solution for this.
Reason for “An error has occurred in the script on this page”
Thanks Hafiz for mailing this issue. As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, this issue is not only seen in KM player but also in almost all browsers and anything that have a relation with the network Connection. In Simple sentence your question have one and only one answer. Script errors is due to problem within the code of your application. One of the simple reason is mentioned below.
You are using an application [say KMplayer] which contains several Scripts or codes. They need the help of operating System to run. While your Windows get crashed due to multiple operations or working of high end games and software, opening programs [kmplayer] will be slower and response times will lag. Codes inside KMplayer may start working and they will not get any CPU time to execute. this can result in Script error.
Not only this but also many other reasons for script error of Softwares. They include fragmented files, registry errors, redundant program installations, excessive startup entries etc. So its very difficult to figure out the exact reason why you are receiving this issue.
As time counts, the script errors and conflicts begin to rise and slow down the performance of your Computer. When you uninstall programs from your computer, it doesn’t remove the complete files and allows some files to stay back, which makes conflict with your Computer’s overall performance. Most of the time users don’t even realize this is going on. But the evidence will be still there. You should maintain your Computer like a car.
Resolve “An error has occurred in the script on this page”
If you are getting script error in your Internet Explorer, here is a small trick that you can play. Just follow the below instructions to remove Script error in IE.
♦ Open Your Internet Explorer.
♦ On the top right cornet, you could see a menu named “Tools“. Click on Tools and then choose “Internet Option“.
♦ From there you will be navigated to a window with lot of menu. Choose “Advanced” option in the menu.
♦ Now You should Tick following check boxes 1. Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer) 2. Disable Script Debugging (Other).
♦ Also Untick the following Check box “Display a notification about every script error”
For KM player users, it won’t be a bigger issue. You can continue using Kmplayer just by closing the scriopt error window. If you have any other solutions with you, kindly reply below. We are happy to add your tips.