Script Errors are not new for Internet Explorer users. Internet Explorer may stop responding with Webpage/ Object Error. It generally appears 4-5 times no matter you’re logged-in or not to the open websites.
1. Download Latest Service Pack and Updates
2. Stop Script Debugging
3. Delete Temporary Internet Files
4. Repair Internet Explorer Registry
5. Update Network Driver
Download Latest Service Pack and Updates
Webpage/ Object error appears due to bugs in the Internet Explorer. Download the latest service pack and updates offered online. It’ll troubleshoot message from webpage/ object error.
1. Click Start | All Programs | Windows Update.
2. Click the Check for Updates button.
3. Let the computer check for new updates and download-install them.
4. Reboot when you’re done installing.
Stop Script Debugging
Disable the script debugging feature. Change following internet settings to troubleshoot message from webpage/ object error:
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click the Tools menu, select Internet Options.
3. In the new dialog click Advanced tab.
4. Scroll down till the Browsing section. Uncheck Disable a notification about every script error checkbox.
5. Click Apply | OK.
Delete Temporary Internet Files
Corrupt temporary files cause this problem. Delete your temporary internet files, browser cache, browser history in order to troubleshoot message from webpage/ object error.
1. In Internet Explorer window, click Tools | Delete Browsing History.
2. Check-up all the boxes. Click Delete button.
Repair Internet Explorer Registry
Registry entries contain settings and program configurations. Your Internet Explorer registry entries are corrupt. Fix them as shown below:
1. Download RegInOut Registry Cleaner.
2. Start full scan. Wait a while.
3. Fix all errors displayed.
Update Network Driver
Update your network driver to fix webpage/ object error. Visit the website of your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and download the latest update available. Alternatively you may also follow these steps to update using Device Manager:
1. Click Start | Control Panel.
2. Click System and Security | Administrative Tools.
3. Double click Computer Management.
4. In the left side panel, select Device Manager.
5. Right click your network adapter, select Properties.
6. In the new dialog click Drivers tab.
7. Click Update Driver button and follow the wizard.
8. Restart Windows when you’re finished updating your drivers.