Many users have seen a number of errors on or related to the use of their browsers, most of these have their own error codes that are normally indicative of the issues and how you can trouble shoot them. This article will highlight an HTTP 500 Internal Server Error, that may appear differently on various systems depending on the host or server that's being used by the website.
It may also have an ambiguous message that the server had encountered a problem that prevented it from fulfilling client request. So what does one do when they find this error? Let's consider the one found on this Windows 10 computer - this user could not access a specific website through the Microsoft Edge browser as it had created an HTTP500 error.
This only happened if they tried opening a link directly, if they had copied the full URL on to the Internet Explorer address bar, then the website would work. This status will appear when a server does not understand the request that you sent to it, this comes from a programming goof up on those websites that utilise a lot of scripts. This kind of browser error 500 can be settled with browser.dll repair software.
So here, all of the browsing data had been cleared out and then the browser needed to be reset - these are the two recommended steps for the browser error 500.
Another user had said that this HTTP Status 500 prevented his system from opening Connection while accessing a particular website. The same webpage had opened earlier but now they could not log in and found this error instead. The same error appeared when a different browser on another system had been used.
Some of the other factors to consider here are proxy connections, browser version and if you are logged in as a standard user or as the administrator.