When you use Internet Explorer it is quite likely that you would have come across common error messages which notifies the user of a runtime error saying “this application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way”.
It occurs in the browser and it needs to closed or it asks permission from the user for debugging. To get rid of these runtime errors and save the trouble of going through this ordeal users can go through a systematic solution meant for this issue. All you need to do is make a few changes to your Internet Explorer’s settings and ensure smooth running of the browser.
For fixing the above-mentioned issue, you need to click on the Tools tab of internet Explorer, scroll down and click on the Internet Options tab. This would lead you to the Internet Options dialog box, click on the Advanced tab to find a series of checkboxes. These checkboxes contains the different functionalities of Internet Explorer and the behavior of the browser is controlled from this section. You need to select the check boxes of the options given as “Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)” and “Disable script debugging (Others)”. After this, you need to uncheck the option “Display a notification about every script error”. Now all that needs to be done to ensure proper running of IE browser is task click on Apply and a simple click on Ok to activate this setting.
The above-mentioned process will solve the problem of unwanted runtime error messages and the browser will stop debugging scripts; it usually is the main reason for these error messages. Along with setting changes, you need to apply the runtime error fix on your computer to completely solve this problem. You just need to download the application and run it on your computer along with these setting changes.
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After that, you can say goodbye to your run time error problems that you are facing now.
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