Unresponsive Script- A Script On This Page May be Busy,It May Have Stopped Responding

For the last few days I have been getting one error message on Firefox while browsing. The error message is A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now, or you can continue to see if the script will complete. There are two buttons on the error message, continue and stop script. If we press continue button, Firefox start wait for the completion of the process. If we are not so patient, we can stop the code by pressing the second button. Reason for getting "Unresponsive Script" error message is the long time taken by it to execute than the expected time set in the Firefox configuration.
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Solution

To solve the unresponsive process error, we should increase the maximum time Firefox wait to declare a code unresponsive. It is because sometimes Mozilla decide a particular program is not responding before completing its process due to the lower time set to decide whether a process is working or not. To do this follow the steps below.

  1. Start Firefox

  2. Type about:config in Address bar and press enter

  3. Click on I'll be careful, I promise!

  4. Double click on dom.max_script_run_time
    A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now, or you can continue to see if the script will complete.

  5. Enter maximum  run time 25 and click OK
By increasing the maximum run time, we can avoid most unresponsive code error messages. Each process will get enough time to start work normally before generating alert to stop it.  Just like this, if you are looking for different methods to clear cookies, follow the link below.
Various Methods to Clear Cookies in Mozilla

As you can see by increasing the time to decide whether a process is unresponsive, we can fix unresponsive code issues. If you are looking for a way to find previously saved passwords and usernames from Firefox browser click on the link below.
How to View Saved Passwords in Mozilla Browser

To read other Firefox articles, click on the link below.
Browser Tips and Tricks

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Tata Docomo GPRS and 3G Settings For Android and Windows Phones

Tata Docomo offers GPRS and 3G services (3G service offers speed up to 21.1 Mbps)in India and this article is about enabling their GPRS settings on mobile phones irrespective of Android or Windows Phone. To activate GPRS on your mobile handset (both Windows Phone and Android Phone), you should recharge with the specific rate. In order to get Tata Docomo GPRS settings automatically on your mobile phone, you should type INTERNET and SMS to 52270. They will send you the default GPRS Internet settings and you need to save it on your handset. If the automatic settings doesn't arrive, you can manually set Docomo GPRS settings on your Android and Windows mobile phone by entering following details.

Manual Docomo GPRS Settings For Android and Windows Phones

Name            :  Tata Docomo Internet (You can change it if you want)
APN             :  tata.docomo.internet
Proxy           :  Not set
Port            :  Not set
Username        :  Not set
Password        :  Not set
MCC             :  405
MNC             :  035
Authentication  : None
APN Type        : default

Get Tata Docomo 3G & GPRS Settings Automatically On Windows and Android Handset

To get Tata Docomo GPRS and 3G settings automatically on your Windows and Android handset follow the procedure provided below.

1. SMS INTERNET to 52270

2. Save the Settings send by them

Please note that for different Phone OS (Android, Windows Phone 7 etc) the path to get Mobile Internet settings may be different. For that you might check the user manual of the respective Phone model and Mobile Operating System using. However, Docomo GPRS Settings for Android Phones and Windows Phone 7 Phones are same. 3G settings for Windows and Android phone too same. You can add the same APN settings for  3G on your Android and Windows Phones.

Enable Tata Docomo 3G Internet Access On Android Phone

You can enable Tata Docomo 3G Internet access on Android phone by enable data (or data enabled)under mobile network settings. To learn more about how to configure and enable  3G and GPRS on an Android handset click on the link below.
How to Enable Internet Access On Your Android Handset

In this article we have learned the manual settings to activate Docomo 3G and GPRS on your Windows Phones and Android Phones. Here we have learned the default Docomo APN for 3G/GPRS and APN type. After saving this details, you will be able to access GPRS from your mobile handset. Just like this, the following link tells the steps to configure Internet with Idea on your mobile handset.
How to Configure Idea GPRS on your Mobile Handset

Tata is not just providing GSM data service. It also provide CDMA service too. To learn more about the CDMA wireless Internet service provided by Tata, check our previous article about the Photon Plus.If you are looking for the review and service of Tata Photon and the account balance, I recommend you to follow the link below.
Review Of Tata Photon Plus Internet Service And Check Account Balance

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Port Forwarding in Nokia Siemens Residential Router

Nokia Siemens Residential Router provides inbuilt firewall protection from external intruders. It is good for the security of your home network but sometimes this may pose some issues. Certain network applications which work through specific ports may be blocked by this firewall. Default router firewall settings block all the communications though uncommon port numbers due to security precautions. So in order to ensure the smooth working of those devices and applications you need to forward  specific port numbers (though which the applications work) in your router. This article is specifically for Nokia Siemens Residential Router. Before proceeding to the steps you should ensure that you have the port numbers of the applications and the IP address of the computer in which the application runs.

How to Convert D-Link Wireless Router in to Bridge Mode

This article is about steps to convert D-Link Wireless Router in to Bridge mode. Here we configure D-Link wireless router in bridge mode to communicate with another WiFi router in order to connect two LAN networks. Here one router is in Access Point or in wireless router mode but the second one (D-Link ) will be in bridge mode which accepts a point to point communication only. It is important to remember that once we change D-Link router in to bridge mode, it will not connect to other WiFi clients and its Internet port also will be disabled. All the devices connected to the Ethernet ports of this device will be connected to the WiFi of the first  Router.

Steps to Change D-Link Wireless Router in to Bridge mode

  1. Enable Bridge mode:
    1. Login:

      To learn more about this follow the link below. 
      Manual Steps to Configure D-Link Device

    2. Click on Manual Internet Connection Setup

    3. Check Enable Wireless Bridge mode box and click on save settings
      Setup
    It starts rebooting and you will get following notification about changing the router IP address.
    Configuration in bridge

  2. Log in to setup page:

    You should use the new IP address 192.168.0.50 and User-Name as admin and leave password field blank. Click on Setup tab and then click on Wireless Settings.
    Connect to a bridge network

    Click on Site Survey button

  3. Select the WiFi connections you want to connect from the list of available networks.
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  4. If the connecting network is encrypted you need to enter the network key and then click on Save Settings.

After this step, D-Link router will operate in wireless bridge mode. To learn more about configuring D-Link Router in normal mode, follow the link below.
How to Enable Wireless and Wireless Security in DLink WiFi Device

The below link leads you to an article where most of the reasons and solutions for common wireless network issues.
Wireless Network is Not connecting Properly

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How to Remove Blogger Navbar from Your Blog

You may notice that in default blogger themes, you can see navbar on the top of your blog. This bar helps you to search important information or other blogs. However, it really affects the overall template perfection and sometimes you may wish for a method to don't show it. In case of customization if you feel a little uncomfortable with this blogger navigation bar, you can remove it. Previously you have to add some CSS/HTML edit to remove navbar but now blogspot offers a simple radio button to disable it. This tutorial explains how to remove navigation bar without editing the template by simply using the radio button provided by blogspot.


how to disable Blogger Navigation bar

Steps to Disable Blogger Navbar
  1. Log on to Blogger Account

  2. Click on Layout

  3. Click on Edit button near Navbar

  4. Select Off button and click on Save
    Steps to disable blogspot navigation bar

The above tweak disable the default navigation bar from the top. If you do want this feature later, you can repeat the same steps and select the one which you want to display and click save. The navigation bar will return. In the same way we can improve the blog search rank by optimizing the default way to show post titles in every posts. To learn more about this I recommend you to follow the link below.
Optimize Default Blogspot way to Show Blog Post Titles

We just cannot show scripts on blogger posts by simply pasting them on blog post while composing it. We need some additional tweaks needed before showing scripts. To learn this trick click on the link below.
How to Display JavaScript and HTML on Published Posts

Even if you do not want to show blogger navigation bar on your blog, you may like to display blogger social share button on your blog. To know how to do it, click on the link below.
Default Social Share Button is Not Showing

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How to Setup D-Link Wireless Router Manually

D-Link quick setup wizard is enough for an average user to setup his router but for advanced options it is better learn how to configure this device manually. This tutorial explains how to configure every models of D-Link wireless router manually for advanced features. Here we learn how to enable Internet access, WiFi and WiFi security. First step of this guide is to make sure you can go online with modem by connecting computer to the Ethernet port of the modem. If it is fine, disconnect the modem and connect computer to one of the LAN ports of D-Link Wireless Router using an Ethernet cable. Now power on the device.

Configure Broadband Access On D-Link Router
  1. Access Setup Page:

    i. Type 192.168.0.1 on Browser address bar and press enter.
    configuration

    ii. Enter user name admin and leave password field blank. Click on login to access setup page.

  2. Click on Manual Internet Connection Setup
    steps to setup d link router

  3. Select Internet Connection type:

    Using the drop-down menu, you can select the Internet connection type you are using.
    DSL

    Configuration details for each of the Internet connection types is listed below.

    1. Configure D-Link Router for Cable Internet Connection:

      To setup your router with cable Internet, select the option Dynamic IP(DHCP).
      Cable broadband

      If you are using cable Internet connection the most important step is to click on the button Clone Your PC's MAC Address. To know the importance of this step, click on the link below.
      Why MAC Address Cloning is Required for Cable Internet Connection

      If your cable ISP doesn't provide any details about Host Name, DNS Server etc leave them blank or keep the default value. Do not forget to click on Save Settings button.

    2. Configure D-Link Router with DSL Connection (PPPoE):

      With DSL broadband, you should select the option PPPoE(Username/Password) from the drop-down menu. Enter the User name and password provided by ISP.
      DSL broadband

      Keep the Address mode "Dynamic" if your ISP does not provide you any IP address details. Normally for DSL connection you do not need to clone computer MAC address unless asked by your ISP. Click on Save Settings after entering details.

    3. Configure D-Link Router with PPTP Connection:

      Steps to setup your router with PPTP connection is similar to PPPoE connection.
      PPTP Connection

    4. Configure D-Link with Static IP:

      Here you should enter the full IP address details provided by your ISP including Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, DNS Servers etc.
      static

      After entering details click on Save Settings.

  4. Connect Modem to D-Link Router:

    • Connect the Internet port of D-Link router to the LAN Port of modem

    • Connect Computer to LAN port of Modem

    • Switch on Modem

  5. Power Cycle:

    I recommend you to perform a power cycle if you face any issues with going online. To do power cycle follow the steps mentioned in the link below.
    How to Power Cycle Router and Modem

Configure Wireless & Security

Right after configuring Internet access on D-Link router, you need to configure the wireless settings if you want to use it. Latest D-Link wireless routers support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies in order to extend its support to 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11n and 802.11g wireless standards. 802.11n supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz where 802.11a supports 5GHz only. 802.11b and 802.11g work in 2.4GHz. Here we share the manual steps to configure wireless and security on D-Link router.

  1. Login

  2. Click on Wireless Settings tab
    Dlink WiFi

  3. Click on Manual Wireless Connection Setup

  4. 2.4GHz Devices(802.11n,11g and 11b):

    1. Click on Enable Wireless and Select 802.11 mode (2.4GHz).
      configure 2.4ghz

      You can select one of the following 802.11 modes:

      • 802.11b Only
      • 802.11g Only
      • 802.11a Only
      • Mixed 802.11g and 802.11b
      • Mixed 802.11n and 802.11g
      • Mixed 802.11n,11g, 11b

    2. Check on Enable Auto Channel Scan:

      Now D-Link Wireless Router will automatically pick the channel with least interference.

    3. Wireless Network Name:

      Here you can write the name of your wireless network (SSID). SSID can be up to 32 characters and it is case sensitive.

    4. Select Channel Width:

      20/40 MHz if you are using both 802.11n and non 802.11n devices. If you are not using 802.11n devices you can select 20MHz.

    5. Visibility of SSID:

      If you do not want to show your SSID, you can check the option Invisible.

  5. 5GHz Devices (802.11n and 11a):

    1. Enable Wireless:
      5 GHz frequency

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