Saturday, July 13, 2013
How To Solve Windows Script Host Error In Windows 8
It is a Windows operation system administrative tool that can be used to run some tasks on client computer or server. It can make a system to be vulnerable to malicious software attacks as most malicious software programmers are aware of using it for such case. However, there is no need to worry about any attack as nearly all malicious software removal tools and Anti-viruses can detect an attack coming from the Windows Script Host(WSH).
Image showing Windows Scrip Host dialog
It is required not to disable it or remove it totally from your Windows system if you are experiencing the WindowsHostScript error. The warning dialogue may pop-up repeatedly at the start-up of your system or at every interval of running a package. It can even pop-up at the time you are opening your internet browser.
To find solution to this disturbing pop-up Windows dialog there is need to follow the step-by-step instruction below.
Image of Malicious software removal tool
STEP 1: Scan your system for malicious software with active malicious software removal. On how to remove malicious software from your system visit this LINK.
Image showing Windows + R keys
STEP 2: Press Windows + R keys to open 'Run' box
Image showing Run dialog
STEP 3: Type msconfig into the search space provided at the 'Run' dialog and click 'Okay' to continue.
Image showing red arrows pointing to different task at System Configuration
STEP 4: At the 'System Configuration' click 'General' tab and check 'Selective startup'.
Image showing red arrow pointing to Load startup items
STEP 5: Next clear the mark on 'Load startup items'.
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STEP 6: Click the 'Services' tab and tick 'Hide all Microsoft services' box.
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STEP 7: Click 'Disable all' tab and click 'Apply' button. Click 'Okay' to continue.
Image showing red arrow pointing to Restart tab
STEP 8: Select 'Restart' to restart your system.
Posted by Patrick Johnson