Event: 1041
Can not find and load the system DllName registry entry for {7B849a69-220F-451E-B3FE-2CB811AF94AE}. Probable error of registration.

Solution: Lately the error above is present on your system after you uninstall Internet Explorer 8.
Indeed IE8 will not uninstall correctly, and some classes remain in the system log, then to correct the error should go to Start - Regedit - Enter and delete the classes indicated in the braces in your error message.

Many websites appear ill or even lose some functionality on Internet Explorer 8, this is due to different interpretations of css and javascript from earlier versions of the browser.

To resolve this problem, Internet Explorer 8 has a feature called \"Compatibility View\" which allows you to view web pages in the same mode of Internet Explorer 7.

To add a site to just click on the \"Compatibility View\" button  on this in the address bar or click the menu item \"Tools - Compatibility View Settings\" and enter the site by clicking the Add button.

If using Internet Explorer you are always asked to install Java, but even if successful the program does not work and reopen the installation is proposed again you are probably using the 64bit version of Internet Explorer.

This version is still supported by the java program so for sites that use Java technology you need to use the 32bit version of Internet Explorer.

Printing from Internet Explorer or Outlook Express messages is printed an the html source code instead of the webpage or email.
This problem is due to the association, a program for opening tmp files to a text editor (eg notepad).

So to solve the problem described this association should be eliminated through the following steps:

  • Open the Windows Explorer
  • From the menu, otherwise select \"Tools - Folder Options - File Types\"
  • Click on the Delete button to remove for tmp extension the program opening association.


Updates: Internet Explorer 8 has not the problem above.

Error 500--Internal Server Error
From RFC 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1:
10.5.1 500 Internal Server Error
The server encountered an unexpected condition which prevented it from fulfilling the request.

For this error there may well be a problem only on the server side, ie the website that created it, in reality is not as frequently.
In fact, the first action to take when this error is to delete temporary files and cookies on your computer. This cleaning is in most cases as decisive of the \"Error 500 - Internal Server Error\"