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When turned on my computer has a drop down box that says HTTP500 Internal Server Errow

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You generally only get this error when trying to view a dynamic web page. This is a generic error. If you receive this error message when trying to run a dynamic web page such as ASP, PHP, etc. and you are getting not getting a detailed error message then you are more likely seeing a generic error message generated by Internet Explorer.

To get a detailed error message to help with debugging your dynamic web page you need to Turn Off Friendly HTTP Error messages in Internet Explorer (IE).

For more information and a step by step guide to do this, please see Turn Off Friendly HTTP Error Messages in IE.

If, however, you are getting this message elsewhere, please post back as to where and when you are getting this error.

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Posted on May 21, 2008

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    Matt Jurach May 21, 2008

    HTTP 500 errors are not that bad.

    It's not an error on your own machine. It's an error on a website that your machine has connected to.

    Quitting Internet Explorer and reopening Internet Explorer should clear the error.

    Shutting down your computer and restarting it should also clear the error. Make sure that you are shutting down the computer completely, not just making it "sleep" on standby, or "hibernate."


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The first step is to open the date and time dialog box located on the task bar on your computer.


Should be on the lower right side of the task bar.

Double click time or right click to open the dialog box.


The date and time box should open on the desk top.

Now click the Internet time tab.


Check the box that says automatically synchronize with an Internet time server.

Then you will see a list of servers.


Select a server from the drop down list.

Check apply and close the box.


Now every time you go on the Internet Windows will automatically set the computer clock to the right time.


Now, there is no need to worry about adjusting the computer clock again!


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