Error “QuickBooks Script Error” | Let’s Fix It

Error “QuickBooks Script Error” | Let’s Fix It
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QuickBooks is a high-end business application suite that makes it easier to keep financial records, reconcile, as well as files e-taxes on behalf of its users. It sports a user-friendly interface that enables a user to operate the application seamlessly. Though, it is like any other application in the contemporary era that has few software bugs as the users' report. “QuickBooks Script Error” is an error code that generally appears while the user trying to access a company’s file. The primary reasoning is that the scripting languages, for instance, JavaScript, which is utilized by the Internet Explorer which is the default web browser for QuickBooks are inaccurately executed. Though, there are other reasons too which are provided in the upcoming topics of the post.

On the other hand, the “QuickBooks Script Error” is not new to the user’s notice. It can be resolved if you have a basic technical knowledge and follows the solutions in the post in order as directed. However, if you still come up with issues, call on the toll-free 1-(855)-856-0042 for serving you better.

Various reasons behind the “QuickBooks Script Error” to appear

There could be many reasons applied to why the above-mentioned error code appears. You could check them below-

1.The official website of Intuit is not configured as a safe site to visit in Internet Explorer.
2.The junk cluttered in the web browser such as browsing history, cache, cookies, temporary files, aren’t of use anymore.
3.Internet Explorer is not applied as the default web browser for QuickBooks.

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Solutions to weed out “QuickBooks Script Error”

Solution-1: Check and clean SSL State in Internet Explorer

1.Exit all windows. Go to Desktop. Right-click the ‘Internet Explorer’ icon on the desktop to open.
2.Go to the command bar, locate ‘Settings’ which represents a gear image, click on it, select ‘Internet Options’ from the drop-down menu to open the ‘Internet Properties’ dialog box window.
3.Go to the ‘Content’ tab immediately right to the Privacy tab. Below that, look for ‘Certificates’.
4.Click on the button ‘Clear SSL State’. Confirm the operation by clicking the ‘OK button.

Solution-2: Toggle switch off the Script notification

Close ‘QuickBooks’. Go to the desktop. Right-click the‘ Internet Explorer’ icon to open IE.
2.Go to ‘Command Bar’ on top. Click ‘Tools’.
3.From the drop-down, choose ‘Internet Options’. Head to the ‘Advanced’ tab beside the Programs tab.
4.Scroll down the list to locate the ‘Browsing’ option. Below ‘Browsing’, uncheck the tick box ‘Display a notification about every script error’ option. Save changes by selecting ‘OK’.

If the above solutions don’t work, you should try clearing Internet Explorer’s cache and you will be back on track.

We arrive at the end of our blog post about the “QuickBooks Script Error” error code. We hope that the information provided in the post above will prove helpful for our users as it equips them with all the necessary tools to brace up for the aforementioned error. We tried to respond to each query of our users. However, if you are stuck somewhere in a relevant situation, dial the helpline 1-(855)-856-0042 for the best tech help.

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