How To Repair Windows Media Player Internet Explorer Script Error (Solved)

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Back to top #7 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 50,871 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:02:53 PM Posted 31 March 2014 - 07:35 PM Glad you resolved it...happy computing . Then enable the "Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting" just for Trusted Sites.Then if you surf on the net deactivate the setting. Outlook 2003 icon was in the Office 2010 Start menu folder. All rights reserved. check over here

Did the cmd instructions again. Win a iPhone 7 Plus 128GB! So i gave up...HELL NO. WebbIE downloadcontactsupportdocumentationblog Turning off scripting errors You may find you get pop-up messages in some WebbIE applications and more generally in Internet Explorer that tell you about scripting errors on the

Enter to win a Amazon Fire 7! http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/downloads/list/webdev.asp Henri Leboeuf Web page: http://www.generation.net/~hleboeuf/index.htm "CarlosWA" <> wrote in message news:... > I installed Windows Media Player 9 under Windows XP. > Each time I open WMP I get the Carefull a lot of fake ones so try Ccleaner it's free and also has a paid version, I've used it for over 8 years now.

Tools. 4.Scroll down to Internet options. 5.Under the General tab scroll down to Browsing history and click on Delete button to delete temporary internet files,cookies etc. 6.Click OK/Apply. 7.Close Internet Options. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy

Log Generally, unless you are a web developer, you just don't care about these messages and don't want them to appear.

Enter to win a Amazon Fire 7 Win a Amazon Fire 7! Why is the default page appearing in the >>>> error message? >>>> >>>> Please help, Carlos >>>> >>>> >>>> ****** >>>> delete "nnoospam" for e-mail reply >> >> >>****** >>delete "nnoospam" What should you do about Internet Explorer script errors?http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/What-should-you-do-about-Internet-Explorer-script-errors Mayank July 8, 2011 at 11:14 am Thanx ha14, Method 4 Worked For Me... If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. I have tried in IE Tools menu > Internet Options > Programs tab > Click the Reset Web Settings button. Note that you'll want to retry the Media Guide after each step, since I believe not all of these steps are necessary. Must have been a combination of reinstalling media player and Norton, since I ran Norton earlier and it didn't fix the problem.

Tina October 27, 2011 at 4:27 pm Thanks for sharing your solution! Clean temp files (stated by me) 3. I've removed/readded WMP 12, changed IE settings, etc. in the Find album information window on the top left side,if you go over it a little box(square) will pop up saying "Refresh", you know it looks like the world if

CarlosWA Guest I installed Windows Media Player 9 under Windows XP. check my blog A: The following steps should fix it up. Oct 23, 2005 #4 nivdav TS Rookie Topic Starter Ah, it's working now Thanks for the help man :grinthumb Oct 23, 2005 #5 (You must log in or sign up Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

Thanx To ha14 Once Again. Why is the default page appearing in the >>> error message? >>> >>> Please help, Carlos >>> >>> >>> ****** >>> delete "nnoospam" for e-mail reply > > >****** >delete "nnoospam" Go into IE's Tools:Internet Options:Advanced menu dialog and enable Active Scripting for the Internet security zone (if you're comfortable with that. this content Ran Norton Registry and File Cleanup and the problem went away.

Click Yes.-Restart the computer.-Once again go to Turn Windows features on or off.-In the list of windows features, put a check mark next to Windows Media Player.-You receive a warning message If you are trying to Search for the album info and using what MS provides, it should work. We shouldn't have to do Microsoft's homework for them.

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To my surprise opened up media player and it's working again all back to normal. Noticed this thread on makeuseof is like the third search result in google if you search for this problem so hope it helps many others, wish microsoft would fix it but Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS TechRepublic Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation More Software Data Centers Networking Startups Tech & Work All Topics Sections: Photos http://speciii.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-script-error-line-310.html It was working fine earlier today, music playback stopped when my track list hit the end, I added another album to my library, went to update the album information, and now

Still doesn't work.Can anyone HELP! By the way, I suspect these 5 registry errors were caused by the installation of WMP9. Two download versions are available for Windows Script 5.6. >>>The first version requires Windows 2000; the second version requires >>>Microsoft Windows 98, Millenium Edition (Me), or NT 4.0. Set your Internet Explorer Security settings to Default.

Are you using IE? Latest Deals Affiliate Disclosure: By buying the products we recommend, you help keep the lights on at MakeUseOf. I have tried in WMP Tools > options > Player tab > enable the box that says "connect to the internet." Note that I have my IE home page set to Regardless of what the user clicks he always gets the script error.

Tools > Internet Options > advanced tab "disable script debigging" (it was checked). "displaying notifications about every script error" (it was unchecked). Change your antivirus program. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! Seems like there are files missing?

A way to stay safe without worry of the ActiveX enabling thing would be to use Firefox as it has it's own add-ons and such. The error goes away and I can work within media player. Delete your IE browsing history but make sure that the PRESERVE FAVORITES WEBSITE DATA checkbox is unchecked. Thought maybe the server was down but it could get/grab the album info like song names and album art but when I clicked finish, again the script error, I even restarted

You can even edit the tracks after you select an album and click Next. These cause no end of trouble. Line: 15 Char: 2 Error: Object doesn't support property or method 'RedirectToLocalizedBand' Code: 0 URL: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)Microsoft%