Have you ever been in trouble with Internet Explorer runtime error which continuously pops up and tries to prevent you from visiting a website, downloading a program online, and other activities? If you do, you need to fix this annoying runtime error in Internet Explorer.
1. "A Runtime Error has occurred. Do you wish to debug"?
2. Webpage error
3. Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Besides the above 3 error messages, we may meet other runtime errors such as runtime error 217 Internet Explorer, etc.
To fix the runtime error - "A Runtime Error has occurred. Do you wish to debug", follow the below steps in Internet Explorer?
1. Click "Tools", and then select "Internet Options."
2. Check the Advanced tab.
3. Select "Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)" and "Disable script debugging (Other)", and then uncheck "Display a notification about every script error".
4. Click OK to close the Internet Options dialog box.
To see whether this fixed the problem, open or refresh the Web site that caused the error.
Technically, the Windows registry is the central component of your whole system. Most of the computer problems including IE runtime errors sometimes are related to registry, because the invalid or incorrect registry are the common roots of all the runtime errors. A registry cleaner can also clear space on your computer.
Run a registry scanner to clean up the corrupted registry information which could be produced by regular installation or uninstallation of programs and malware or spyware. CCleaner is a professional registry cleaner to help you check your PC health, scan errors, junk files, registry redundancy or other errors, and fix errors automatically.
To fix Internet Explorer runtime errors like Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library, follow these steps of resetting Internet Explorer.
Another likely possibility is virus infection. Viruses, like spyware, can cause a "Runtime Error" message to appear on your screen when you are trying to open a web page with Internet Explorer. It is always best to run a virus scan on your computer to detect any malware or spyware which slipped into and corrupted your running IE browser by making misleading runtime errors during the initial stages of your troubleshooting.