"IE explorer script error" - Problem with an Internet Explorer script (on a web page it's trying to show.
"Line 191 Char 2" - It's on line 191, second character in from the left.
"Code 0" - Unknown to me.
"Error objects doesn't support property or method" - The error was that a DOM object used in the page doesn't behave the way they wanted it to. Either the object doesn't have a property or cannot be run with that command (method).
"url file://c:\program files\ HP\ digital imaging\bbfe\director\director2htm" - Which file caused the problem, possibly from the Internet.
That's the meaning of the error. Now to find out what's causing it. Can you find your way to the file and count down to line 191 and copy/paste it in the forum for us?
It's probably a long shot that won't do much good, to be honest. There could be a number of reasons it's not working, even if you do give us the exact line of the file.
It could be the scanner driver if it happens in other programs. Try removing the device.
Right-click on My Computer, and select Properties. Either in the Device Manager tab or the Advanced tab, under Device Manager (the button), find your scanner (Scanning Devices might be a good place :-) ) and click on your scanner. Click Remove and confirm you wish to remove it.
Restart the computer and it should find the scanner again, and just reinstall it using the original CD/disk that came with it.
After looking up the virus, it doesn't seem to infect other files that would result in this error, but then again, it might have.
Repair Internet Explorer, methinks. If not, at least you know how to do it :) This doesn't work in Windows XP as Internet Explorer is an integral part of Windows. If anyone knows how to do this, please tell me.
Go to the Start Menu, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs and find Microsoft Internet Explorer x.x and Tools (x.x may vary based on the version of Internet Explorer). Click Add/Remove. Follow any prompts/boxes and select Repair.