Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Error

When is start Windows Xp Sp2 I get Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Error.
How can I get rid off this win32 Sevices error?

Why This Error Occurs?
According to microsoft, this error occurs in windows XP sp2, if security update
873333 (MS05-012) had been installed. Microsoft also claims, that this problem
only occurs in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), but it does provide
fixes for windows server 2003 and windows 2000. Microsoft had earlier issued
security update 873333 (MS05-012), to fix a Vulnerability in OLE and COM, that
could allow remote code execution.

Some Symptoms Of Generic Host Process Win32 Services Error:

E-mail messages that include file attachments would not display file names, when
the file name contains double-byte character set (DBCS) characters and the file
name is longer than 42 characters.However, this problem can only be noticed when
the e-mail message format is Rich Text.

All applications that implements the IMallocSpy debugging interface may
experience heap corruption. For example, you may be browsing the internet and
would suddenly experience a halt in all your Network activity.Though you might
see the Internet connected icon in the tray, you may not able to browse

You encounter error messages about faulting netapi32.dll and svchost.exe .

You also receive error messages that state “Your PC has recovered from a serious
problem” .

How To Fix This Error:
I have collected 3 Solutions from various sites.Try any one the following
solutions to fix this error.

Solution 1:
Download the patch KB894391, to fix Generic Host Process for Win32 Services
Error. Download from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894391

Solution 2:
Go to Run and type regedit .

Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE--> SYSTEM --> CurrentControlSet --> Services -->
Browser --> Parameters .

Find the key IsDomainMaster .

Set its value to Falsem.

Restart your computer

Solution 3:
Go to Run and type cmd.

Type ‘netsh’ in command console then press Enter.

Type ‘winsock’ and Press Enter and then type reset.

Restart the computer.

I hope these solutions will help you to Fix the Problem.

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