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Yeah... reinstall javascript... -.-

Maybe because you're willing to help, a little bit, in resolving this

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which will tell more JavaScript error information.

Similarly, if you are using Firefox you can't uninstall and reinstall just JavaScript, you have to uninstall and reinstall the whole browser. Where did you get this "advice"?

Javascript is a web-based computer language developed by Sun Microsystems. Javascript is used to deliver data to the end user through a web browser. It is commonly used to create menus, web forms and various other interactive elements on a website. The most recent version of Javascript is usually required to provide the best user experience. Learn how to reinstall Javascript on a computer to ensure that you have the most recent version and solve any Javascript errors you may be experiencing.

Where do I re-download Javascript and Java?

  • Remember that Javascript is not a stand-alone piece of software and is integrated directly into your Windows browser (e.g. Google Chrome or Microsoft Internet Explorer). Reinstalling the Javascript software usually requires a reinstallation of your browser. Therefore, it is ideal to troubleshoot your current version of Javascript before reinstalling your browser.

  • Check for system software updates from Microsoft. Important security updates and bug fixes to the Javascript on your computer are installed through such updates. Launch Internet Explorer and go to the Microsoft Windows Update website (link in the Resources section). Download all critical updates suggested by Microsoft.

    • How to Update JavaScript
    • How to Download Free Javascript
  • Restart your PC. This will clear the Windows system cache and may assist in resolving any Javascript errors you are encountering. Click the Start menu in the lower left-hand corner of the screen and select "Restart."

  • Verify that Javascript is enabled in your Windows web browser. Launch Internet Explorer and click "Tools" in the top menu. Select "Internet Options" from the drop down menu. Click "Security." Select the "Internet" zone. Click "Default Level" and close the dialog box. Refresh your webpage to enable Javascript.

  • Reinstall Internet Explorer (IE). The process for reinstalling the Internet Explorer web browser differs depending on the version of the browser you are using (e.g. 6, 7 or 8) and the version of Windows you are running (e.g. Windows XP or Windows Vista). Follow the reinstallation instructions on Microsoft's support website (link in the Resources section). Typically, the process involves restarting your computer using the Windows installation disks and reinstalling a clean copy of IE on the system level.

To Re-enable JavaScript, repeat these steps

Understand how the Javascript software code works. Javascript is integrated into your web browser (e.g. Safari or Mozilla Firefox) and is not a stand-alone program. Reinstalling Javascript typically involves reinstalling your entire browser. Thus, it is best to go through several troubleshooting steps to make your current version of Javascript function before reinstalling your browser.

Remember that Javascript is not a stand-alone piece of software and is integrated directly into your Windows browser (e.g. Google Chrome or Microsoft Internet Explorer). Reinstalling the Javascript software usually requires a reinstallation of your browser. Therefore, it is ideal to troubleshoot your current version of Javascript before reinstalling your browser.