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Resolution to error message “An error has occurred in the script on this page” in Windows 10

Windows’ users generally face a script error while bringing the best out of their Windows-bound devices which means that there has been a problem with some of the codes which the browser is trying to run. It is generally the fault of a website. You can also blame the same for the injection of codes to every page. These days, a large number of Windows users have complained of script errors on Windows forums and community pages. For getting rid of all script errors, dialing Microsoft Windows 10 support phone number is the option to shoo the errors away in an effective manner.


In the recently released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14251, a new and irritating issue has been observed in the form of an error message. When Windows’ users open services.msc or gpedit.msc in Windows 10 build 14251, they are likely to find an error message in the form of pop ups in the front of the Management console window. This message reads: An error has occurred in the script on this page. And this issue is caused owing to broken Microsoft Management Console (MMC) in Windows 10 build 14251. The message erupts up when you open any snap-in with an Extended view. Snap-ins view option is also set automatically. Here, users can try Window technical support from Microsoft support center or any other 3rd party support service providing company.

Here is how you can avoid this issue.

When you get the message “An error has occurred in the script on this page,” here are some suggestions from Windows customer support service providers that you need to follow:

  • First of all, you need to press the Windows icon through keyboard with ‘R’ as shortcut keys. This move will help you open the Run dialog.
  • After this, type ‘services.msc’ in the Run box.
  • The Services snap-in will be opened showing the error: “An error has occurred in the script on this page”
  • Then, you need to press the Close button (shown with a red-cross symbol) in order to dismiss the error message. In case, you press “Yes” or “No”, the error will pop up over and over. Here, you will find a blank service list.
  • Then, you need to move to the Standard view.
  • That’s it.

As the Standard view does not depend on expected scripts and works, so you will not face this issue providing you use Standard view instead of the Extended one.

If the issue is still unresolved what you need to do next is to look for a remote support services from the right channels.

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