Monday, March 26, 2012

How to Fix Unresponsive Script Error in Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer

Unresponsive script error often occurs in Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer. JavaScript takes longer than normal to complete the process. This unresponsive script error causes your browser to crash and/or freeze.

Fixing unresponsive script error is fairly simple, you simply need to increase the time before your script is considered unresponsive. Its also wise to keep your browsers clean from junk data. Using an efficient repair tool such as the IBM Business Partner Reginout, you can fix unresponsive script error in PC.

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Unresponsive Script in Firefox:

To fix script error in Firefox, follow the steps given below.

1. Open new tab in Firefox and type “about:config” without quotes | Enter.

2. In the filter filed type “dom.max_script_run_time” without quotation | Press Enter

3. Now double click on Enter and Type “20” in pop up box | Press Enter.

4. Close newly opened tab.

5. Restart Firefox.

Unresponsive Script Error in Thunderbird:

Apply these instructions to fix unresponsiveness in Thunderbird.

1. Open Thunderbird | Click on Tools | Select Options

2. Click on Advanced | Advanced Configuration

3. Click on Config Editor | In filter filed type “dom.max_script_run_time”

4. Double click on Entry and type “20” | Press Enter.

Fix Script Errors in Google Chrome:

Fixing script error in Google Chrome is fairly simple thing. Most likely your toolbars are conflicting. Disable unwanted toolbars and look around JavaScript console to detect and fix your problem. Follow these instructions to disable unwanted extensions in Chrome.

1. Click on Wrench Option on right side of your browser.

2. Select Tools | Select Extensions

3. Disable unwanted extensions.

4. Restart Firefox.

5. If you are getting script error when you are browsing some particular site just press Ctrl + Shift + J

6. Check for the problem and search on Google for the problem.

Fix Internet Explorer Script Error:

Fixing Internet Explorer Script error is easier than any other browser. Follow the steps given below to fix IE script error.

1. Open Internet Explorer.

2. Click on Tools in Menu Bar | Select Internet Options

3. Click on Advanced tab | Select browsing section

4. Disable Scrip Debugging (other) and check the boxes next to Disable Script Debugging (IE)

5. Also clear checkbox next to Display a notification about every script error | Click on OK | Restart your browser.

Repair Windows Registry:

Problem with registry entries related to web browser can cause script errors. You should repair Windows registry using some reliable registry fixing tool to fix browser related issues.

1. Download and Install Registry repair tool Reginout.

2. Start system scan for registry issues

3. Fix those errors.

Run Disk Cleanup:

Presence of junk in your system can slow down your browser. Run disk cleanup to remove browser and system junk.

1. Click on Start | All Programs | Accessories

2. System Tools | System Tools | Disk Clean Up

3. Select the volume and Press OK

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