1, first click on the "Start" menu, open "Run."
2, input Regsvr32jscript.dll select "OK".
When prompted, click OK.
3, again enter Regsvr32vbscript.dll select "OK".
Once again prompts, OK.
4, after the above two successful prompts, indicating that the IE components have been successfully repaired, browser filtering and other functions after the shutdown, clear the browser cache (Tools->internet option-> Delete cookies), point browser Tools- Then select the following Internet option, click the Internet to delete the file (remember to remove all offline content on the hook), OK, and then reopen the browser attempt.
If this fix still shows an error, the likelihood is that the page itself is a problem. That's the service side problem. Today, a lot of Web page code is to apply some templates, and the original template of all JS (Java script) script may not be fully used. In addition to the designer's level or negligence and other issues. Causes the JS object to be not found on the page. Will show a problem with the Web page.