Therefore, it’s important to solve the issue as soon as possible and here are the troubleshooting solutions that can be applied in that respect.
- Make sure Java is properly installed.
- Enable Java.
- Reload the webpage.
- Remove cookies.
Solution 1 – Make sure Java is properly installed
First of all, you have to make sure that Java is installed on your computer. So:
- Press the Win+X keyboard keys and from the displayed list choose Control Panel.
- From Control Panel switch to Categories and then click on Programs.
- Under Programs and Features, click on Uninstall.
- The list of all installed programs will be listed.
- Search for the Java entry. If you cannot find Java, install it on your PC.
- Hint: even if Java is installed, uninstall it and then reinstall the software; in this way you can fix any possible corrupted files or other software conflicts.
Solution 2 – Turn on Java on your browser
You need to enable Java on your browser; now, depending on your favorite browser this option might differ as showed below:
For Google Chrome:
- Click on the Menu icon (the three dots from the upper right corner).
- Then, choose Settings.
- Select Advanced.
- Scroll down until you find Content Settings; access this option.
- Open IE and launch the Settings menu.
- Go to Tools and pick up Internet Options.
- Switch to Security tab and click on the custom level action button.
- Scroll down until your notice the Scripting feature; there you can access the Scripting of Java applets option.
- Make sure that its value is ‘enable’.
- Launch Firefox and click on the Menu icon.
- Select Add-ons and then go to the Plugins tab.
- Select the Java Platform plugin which should be displayed there.
- And pick up ‘always activate’.
Solution 3 – Reload the webpage and clear cache
That can be achieved by pressing the CTRL+F5 keyboard hotkeys. Additionally you should also clear the cache on your browser before retrying to access your favorite webpages.
Solution 4 – Remove cookies
So, you can fix this malfunction by removing cookies.
Here is how you can complete this task for different web browsers:
- Open Chrome and click on the Menu icon.
- Then, select More Tools and pick Clear Browsing Data.
- Select the Cookies and other site data entry and perform the wipe.
- Restart your browser in the end.
- Run Firefox and click on the Menu button.
- Go to Options and under Privacy & Security choose History.
- Under Firefox will choose Use custom settings for history.
- Next, click on the Show Cookies button.
- Just remove all cookies and restart your browser.
- Open your browser and click on the Tools icon.
- From Safety pick Delete browsing history.
- Choose what you want to wipe.
- Click Delete when you are ready.
- Restart when everything is completed.
Hopefully, you can now browse through the Internet without any further issues. The steps from above should have helped you fix the Javascipt Void 0 error.
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