Here is the latest update.
First of all, I might have failed to mention, that the error messages occured in Windows 7, not XP, both in a virtual and in a physical machine. When searching the registration of the files, many referenced that there was permission issues which didn’t help. Even trying to register the files with the System account, failed. This link referenced the below, http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/mshtmldll-was-loaded-but-the-dllregisterserver/c6941f4d-159e-433b-a92f-9d3d0f9c6056
It would be nice to know what files can be registered and what cannot. But that is a different issue.
[quote]I will save you some time and frustration:
The mshtml.dll after Internet Explorer 6 has no entry point for registration.
Unless you are using Internet Explorer 6, those directions will not allow you to unregister or re-register the mshtml.dll file (try it).
Running the scan also will not help you.
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I have the skinning feature turned off and the windows appear to be identical.
I will update this if the errors come back but after pretty extensive testing, I think the issue is resolved.