How to Troubleshoot Script Error Code 0 on LabVIEW

Updated Apr 5, 2022

Reported In


  • LabVIEW

Operating System

  • Windows

Issue Details

I recently performed some LabVIEW updates and encounter the error shown on Figure 1. 

Figure 1. Script Error Code 0 on LabVIEW. 


  1. Start by opening up each VI on your project one at a time. The VIs that are not corrupted should not display the Script Error shown above. 
  2. Once you find the VI that is giving you the issue, make a copy of it and start tearing it down one piece at a time, closing it and opening it back up until you no longer get the error. 
  3. If you are using any ActiveX controls on your VI, delete them and recreate them. 

Additional Information

If you encounter a script error when you are using the ActiveX browser in LabVIEW, you can disable this error notification by changing the property of the browser to silent.
  1. Right-click the browser on the front panel and select Property Browser.
  2. Change the Silent property to True.
Property Browser Option