JS problems with the waypoints.js file are mostly caused by corrupt, missing or infected Ferries – BC Ferries Schedules files. To troubleshoot the JS file, most PC professionals will replace the file with the appropriate version. In some cases, the Windows registry will attempt to load a waypoints.js file that no longer exists; in such situations, it is recommended that you run a registry scan to correct any invalid file path references.
The table below provides a list of available waypoints.js files for download, suitable for most versions of Windows (including Windows 10). If the version of waypoints.js you need is not currently available, request it by clicking the Request button next to the desired file version. In rare cases, if you can’t find the version of the file you need below, we recommend that you contact Kerplunc Media for additional assistance.
If you have successfully replaced the appropriate file in the appropriate place, you should no longer have any problems with waypoints.js. However, we recommend doing a quick check to make sure for sure. You can check the result by running the Ferries – BC Ferries Schedules application and see if the problem appears.
Typical Waypoints.js errors
Typical errors with waypoints.js occur in Ferries – BC Ferries Schedules for Windows include:
“Error: Waypoints.js. “
“Waypoints.js moved or missing. “
“Waypoints.js not found.”
“Load failure: Waypoints.js. “
“Missing module: failed to register waypoints.js.”
“Execution error: waypoints.js.”
“Failed to load waypoints.js. “
Waypoints.js errors occur during installation when a program associated with waypoints.js (e.g. the waypoints.js program) runs during Windows startup or shutdown, or rarely during the Windows installation process. Documenting waypoints.js issues in Ferries – BC Ferries Schedules is key to determining the cause of issues with e5.0.6 and reporting them to Kerplunc Media.
Difficulties encountered when creating Waypoints.js
These Waypoints.js problems are caused by missing or corrupted Waypoints.js files, invalid registry entries or malware.
Especially these waypoints.js errors stem from:
Waypoints.js entry is corrupt or invalid.
A virus or malware corrupted waypoints.js.
waypoints.js is maliciously removed (or mistakenly removed) by another rogue or valid program.
waypoints.js conflicts with another program (shared file).
Damaged download or incomplete installation of software.
How to fix bugs in waypoints.js
The following is a sequence of error fixes designed to solve waypoints.js problems. This sequence is given in order from simple to complex and from less time-consuming to more time-consuming, so we highly recommend following this instruction in order to avoid unnecessary time and effort.
Please note: Click on the [ Open ] image to expand the troubleshooting instructions for each of the steps below. You can also use the [ Close ] image to hide the instructions as you complete them.
OpenStep 0: Register waypoints.js manually using the Microsoft Registration Server
OpenStep 1: Correct registry entries related to Ferries – BC Ferries Schedules
OpenStep 2: Run a full malware scan on your computer
OpenStep 3: Use CleanMgr to rid your system of all junk (temporary files and folders)
Step 4: Update the device drivers on your computer
Step 5: Use Windows Restore System to “Undo” last changes made to your system
OpenStep 6: Uninstall and reinstall the Ferries – BC Ferries Schedules program associated with waypoints.js
OpenStep 7: Run Windows System File Check (“sfc /scannow”)
OpenStep 8: Install all available Windows updates
OpenStep 9: Perform a clean installation of Windows