Alternatively, If you don't know how to resolve these errors, then you should enable the 'Use try-catch' setting in Advanced Options and/or exclude the file(s)/script(s) containing errors from the aggregation process of the plugin. Remember though that by excluding files you make it less likely that the plugin can be configured with optimum settings so the recommended approach is to resolve any existing errors on the site.
All the popular browsers have development tools that you can use to easily check this. The errors will look something like this in Chrome.
Once you've done that and installed the plugin the next step is to ensure the plugin is ordered correctly. This speaks to the published order of the plugin in Plugin Manager when you filter for System Plugins. The plugin makes this easy by offering an icon that can do this for you automatically in Basic Options or under the Plugin tab. Use the next icon to clean the cache once after you've ordered the plugin.
When you've done this you can check the order by closing the plugin and filtering for System Plugins in Plugin Manager. Select a number of items to view that will allow all the plugins in this section to show and scroll to the bottom. If you have the these seven plugins installed they should be at the bottom of the list in this order.
You can now select one of the preconfigured settings to configure the plugin by clicking on the corresponding icon. There are six settings in increasingly optimized order. Bear in mind that there's no one setting that works on all website so choose the one that's closest to 'Optimum' that works.
If you click on these links or copy and paste the links in the address bar of your browser you should see the combined file contents.