Everytime I sign on I get the following error message on my Dell 530 Desktop with Vista, as a result, I can't use the Dell feature programs. Should I replace the Dell software or is there a less invasive procedure? Thanks. Here is the message I get:
Internet Explorer Script Error
An error has occured in the script on this page.
Error: Error in loading DLL
Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?
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From internet explorer try checking the "disable script debugging" box.
|Open the Tools menu, select Internet Options, and click the Advanced tab. Scroll down the list to the Browsing category and look for Disable Script Debugging. Put a check in the checkbox next to it and look immediately beneath it to find Display A Notification About Every Script Error. To disable the notification, put a check that box, too, and click Apply. The script error alert boxes shouldn't appear anymore. Be aware, though, that if a Web page loads improperly (text or graphics are shifted from where they are supposed to be or don't show up at all), a script error you can no longer see may be responsible. Performing the above steps also will disable alerts for Runtime Errors.
Thank you for your reply in regard to my computer error message. I did what you suggested, however, I still have the same problem. Any other suggestions? Thank you.
I finally got rid of this error by going to the STARTUP tab under system configuration and unchecking the SupportSoft sprtcmd box. This kept dell support from starting on startup and I no longer see the message.
Any help will be appreciated.
It is very frustrating to have to dismiss a pop every time a user boots up the PC. Why has nothing been done to fix this? It's sloppy and the remedy suggested doesn't work. Can you please give it some priority! Shipping new PCs with a error-prone script is not what were led to expect from Dell.
Re-enable Dell support.
Restart the system and uninstall Dell support in 'Add /Remove Programs'.
If you want to try reinstalling, you can find the downloads here.
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