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A runtime error is a software or hardware problem that prevents a program from running properly. Runtime errors in Internet Explorer can cause you to lose information in the file you are working on, cause errors in the file (corrupt the file) so that you cannot work with it, or prevent you from using a function. Unlike stop errors, runtime errors generally do not cause Windows or a program to stop working.
Disable script and runtime error messages
When you surf the Internet with your Internet Explorer on Windows 7 and visit a specific web page, you may receive an error message indicating that a runtime error has occurred.
An execution error occurred. If you want to debug
This message is followed by the line number and the error.
The way to correct this error depends on the error message and in most cases, as a normal user, you do not want or need to correct this type of error.
What you can do is disable these error messages. To do this, open Internet Options and navigate to Browse in the Advanced tab.
Under Navigation, select the first two and uncheck the third box :
- Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)
- Disable script debugging (Other)
- Display notification of each script error
To see if the problem has been resolved, update the web page that provided this execution error. The field is no longer displayed, although you still see a notification of the web page error in the IE status bar.
This method also helps you disable script error messages such as :
Done, but with errors on page
Problems with this web page may cause its display or incorrect operation
You can also download and use Microsoft Fix it 50043 to help Microsoft solve the problem for you. Just follow the steps of the Microsoft Internet Explorer Script Debugging Wizard.
See this if you received a message this application prompted the runtime to leave it in an unusual way.