When you see these kinds of errors pop up on your screen then you basically know that something has definitely gone wrong with your computer. The frustrating part is that you haven’t really done anything out of the ordinary to get this error message. All you ever did was go to your favorite web site or perhaps was just looking for much needed information. Maybe you were just looking through some pictures or checked out some new video and then… poof! Error message.
When this happens it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have done something wrong. What happens in the background is that a script in the web page you are viewing did not execute properly. So basically it isn’t something you did in the first place. What happens in the background will greatly depend on the interaction between the browser you’re using and the web page and web site you are viewing.
What to Do when These Things Happen
The first place to look is at the settings of your browser. Check your Java applets and Active scripts. You might try disabling them for the mean time and test if you can display the page correctly without getting the error with them disabled. Another thing to check out is your ActiveX settings. See if it’s blocked in your browser settings or in your firewall settings.
Once you have checked all these out and are still getting problems you can now be sure that the problems rests with the web page you are viewing. You can be generous enough and contact web master and send him the contents of the error message or just look for another site to get what you were looking for.