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Posted By:   sathyanarayanan_sridhar
Posted On:   Wednesday, January 28, 2004 03:02 AM

SUBJECT:HTTP STATUS 500 Actually, One day in my system one virus attacked > the file > "wberqni.dll" c:winntsystem32 and Kernel32.dll in > c:winntsystem. But it is automatically deleted > by > Norton Anti Virus. I can't recover this files till > now.After that > when i am trying to open the jsp it shows the > folloing error message, > > > HTTP Status 500 - No Context configured to process > this request > > ------------------------------------------------------------   More>>

SUBJECT:HTTP STATUS 500



Actually, One day in my system one virus attacked

> the file

> "wberqni.dll" c:winntsystem32 and Kernel32.dll in

> c:winntsystem. But it is automatically deleted

> by

> Norton Anti Virus. I can't recover this files till

> now.After that


> when i am trying to open the jsp it shows the


> folloing error message,


>
>
> HTTP Status 500 - No Context configured to process


> this request


>


>


------------------------------------------------------------

--------------------


>


> type Status report


>


> message No Context configured to process this


> request


>
> description The server encountered an internal error


> (No Context configured to process this request) that


> prevented it from fulfilling this request.


>
>


>


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------


>
> Apache Tomcat/4.1.27


>


> I am trying so many things to correct it, but I


> have no way.


> Now i copied "wberqni.dll" to my system. But i


> didn't get Kernel32.dll


> If you have a time, just think about this error. If


> you got any idea


> please convey to me


>


> thanks for regarding


>


> by


> sridhar


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Re: HTTP STATUS 500? SUBJECT:HTTP STATUS 500

Posted By:   Christopher_Koenigsberg  
Posted On:   Wednesday, January 28, 2004 06:25 AM

With Microsoft Windows, you are always safer just re-installing the OS, rather than trying to mess with individual files.

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