Errors being one of the common issues. They become one of the reasons to improvise the application. Finding a breakthrough is when we have arrived at the solution. Yet errors are never-ending.
What is Script Errors?
A script error can be simply put as an error caused when a script is not executed as per the instructions in it.
Likely, these errors arise on a browser when a script can’t be executed from a webpage.
A script errors can be generally seen due to following reasons:
- Errors in a web browser
- Source code of a software
- Faults in the software program or operating systems
Errors in the web browser are generally due to the Internet settings in use or either due to un-updated versions of the browser that don’t support few requirements of an application.
While some errors in the source code can’t be our problem to fix. It could be just that the code which is written doesn’t support the following instruction. It might just call for changing the browser and hop on to the new one.
On the other hand, faults in the operating system just mean to say that either the security applications on the OS are blocking few webpages that restrict it to be compatible.
With the general idea of what Script Errors can do, we can come to an understanding of what is causing it. Then it isn’t any hard to suspect what QuickBooks Script Errors can be. Now, our point of interest is in QuickBooks Script Errors.
What is QuickBooks Script Error?
If for any instance, a web page from QuickBook is not loaded properly, then it is quite obvious that a script is not executed as per the instructions it was set to. And it throws a line of code that says, “ A problem has taken place in the script of the page”. It is an example of a QuickBook Script Error.
Why Does it Happen in QuickBooks?
A simple reason being as to why script error occur in general tells us as to why it can arrive in QuickBooks. The reason is simple, which says, Internet Settings in the browser caused that to happen. As QuickBooks uses web soul to show web pages, a common error is due to the web browser that hosts all the webpages. It’s necessary to check it from this point to see if the error still remains, to resolve further suspects.
In QuickBooks, these errors may show up in three cases;
- Have you created an account number or name previously and have used it and still have created a new account with the same details again?
- Have you come across due bills of accounts of different numbers for your account?
- And while dealing and importing the details without the account yet created?
These are the times you face the issues of script error in QuickBooks.
How Do We Resolve it?
- Making the IE as a default browser is a key role here. If you haven’t yet? Then turn it to be your default browser.
Internet Options in Internet Explorer
- In IE from the command, bar select “Tools” option and hover on “Internet Options”.
Internet Options Security Settings
- Time to click on the “Security Tab” to change the selection from what is blocking your way.
Trusted Sites Setting Internet Explorer
- Now navigate the cursor to the “Trusted Sites” and click on “Sites” to add the list of sites trustworthy on your way.
- In the website adding section, enter *.intuit.com and hit add.
Uncheck Required Server Verification
- Now in the Trusted Sites window uncheck the “Require server verification” to allow the sites to work easily. Also, uncheck on “Enable Protected Mode”.
Disable Script Error Notification
- Make sure to switch off all the QuickBooks applications. And go to the “Tools” menu on IE and hit on the “Internet Options”.
Disable Script Debugging
- Once you are here Click on “Advanced” Option and uncheck “Display a Notification about Every Script Error” box. And restart QuickBooks once for all.
Clear Your Browser’s Browsing History
- Go to IE and Select the “Tool” menu and click on “Internet Options”.
Delete Browsing History in Internet Explorer
- Now it’s time to make sure you are using a 32-bit version of the IE and clear off all the cache and cookies by clicking on the “Safety” option in the “Tools” drop-down and “Delete Browsing History”.
Delete Browsing History on Exit
- To delete the cookies again, go to “Internet Options” in the tools bar and in “General” under the “Browsing History” section check on the “Delete Browsing History on exit” box.
- And now try to import QuickBooks files.
Disable Addon in Internet Explorer
- This is to disable all the add-ons in your default browser.
Internet Options Programs Tab
- And like for every solution go to “Tools” and hover on “Internet Options” and now proceed to the “Programs” tab.
- Here deal with your “Manage add-ons” option and finally “Disable add ons” and hit okay.
Reset Internet Explorer
- Reset all the default browsers to work fine with your QuickBooks.
- Go ahead with the “Internet Options” on your “Tools” menu and on the “Advanced” tab. And feel free to hit “Reset to default” and you’re done!
Disable Script Debugging in Internet Explorer
- You have a go with this error by disabling script debugging in the browser.
Disable Script Debugging
- Click on “Internet Options” and way to go and hit the “Advanced” tab. Check on the “Disable Script Debugging Internet Explorer” and “Script debugging others”.
- And hit okay to be done with this option.
Try Re-installing the Plugins
- Now, if the error is failing to go? Check this option out to “Re-install the plugin software”
- What if the script processing application is messing with you? So, you got to do this!
- Go to “Control Panel” on your windows and locate all the plugins.
- Try uninstalling and reinstalling them back.
Troubleshoot with QuickBooks File Doctor
Well, another try. Here’s all you can do by going to QuickBooks File Doctor. This Doctor Tool may help you fix all the errors residing and messing with you from accessing the data you are looking for.
These are the ways to get rid of these errors possibly. In cases, if you still fail to evade them then you are one call away from QuickBooks Customer Support to seek some help.