Disable Error Alerts for the Firefox Browser
One way to help break the constant cycle of pop up error alerts is to manually change the option to enable or disable alert message pop ups. To disable these alerts for the Mozilla Firefox user do the following:
1. Select the "Tool" tab at the top of the page
2. Click "Options" and select the "Content" tab at the top of the box
This will disable the alerts from interrupting you on the internet. However, even though the alerts are disabled, it does not mean that the errors are gone for good.
Try Using a Different Web Browser
Different web browsers react differently to different websites. Where one browser might encounter an error, the other will not. If the errors still occur through other browsers, try using someone else's account and even someone else's computer. If the errors stop when using someone else's PC, then it may be time to focus on cleaning your PC's registry.
Remove Temporary Internet Files from Internet Explorer
Your internet browser makes copies of the places you go and stores them in temporary files. A build up of these files can create errors in the system and they need to be emptied periodically. For Internet Explorer users do the following:
1. Select the "Tools" tab located at the top of the page
2. Select the "General" tab
3. Under "Temporary Internet Files" select "Settings"
4. Click "Delete Files" and hit "OK"
5. Click "Delete Cookies" and hit "OK"
6. Also, under "History" select "Clear History"
7. Select "Yes" and then click "OK"
Maintain Your PC's Registry