This is browser-related error. It is the inability of your link to open a default browser due to some problem with the browser itself. It can be it is corrupted or it is not working at all.
The error message usually comes up at a point when you try to open up any link from either a package help link or within the Windows operating system on-line link.
For example, when you try to connect to a Windows personalization web page from the link provided by Microsoft at ‘Personalisation’ and you are prompted by a dialogue with the error message,’ http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?Linkid=234469, Class not registered ‘.
Image showing Class not registered dialogue in Windows 8
To find solution to the Class-not-registered error follow the instruction below.
Image of internet browser
STEP 1: Check all your internet browsers to make sure they are all working by opening them one by one.
Image of browser having problem
STEP 2: The one that gives error or can’t open among them is the culprit that need change or repair.
Image showing how to change a default browser Google Chrome
STEP 3: Change the default browser from the corrupt browser to a working one. On how to change your default browser visit this LINK.
Image of a working browser from Personalisation link in Windows 8
STEP 4: Try the link again to make sure it works this time around.