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					My last post about Fixing Generic Host Error on your Windows was appreciated a lot not only in the blogosphere rather the whole Internet. I do not say this out of mere words rather if you search Google for “Fix Generic Host” you will find my blog at the top and most of my traffic from Google is due to this. This error has been haunting most of Windows PCs from a long time and is really one dreadful bug. The problem in my last fix was that it would cure the Generic Host Error Message from appearing but it would close the connection to the network PCs. Here are 4 new solutions to the Generic Host For Win32 Error in Windows: Solution# 1: 1. Hop to „Run‟ and open „Regedit‟ 2. Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Services > Browser > Parameters 3. Find the Key Name: IsDomainMaster and set Data: False 4. Restart Your PC Solution# 2: 1. 2. 3. 4. Go to „Run‟ and open „cmd‟ Type „netsh‟ in command console then press enter Then type „winsock‟ and press enter and then type reset Restart Your PC

Solution# 3: Get the LspFix and follow the steps as directed Solution# 4: Get the Microsoft Update Patch and apply it. Thanx to Nirmal for this. I hope one of these solutions will definitely help you rectify the erorr Moreover you can always see my old guaranteed post about Fixing Generic Host Error Related Articles * Fix Generic Host For Win32 and Svchost.exe Error Thanx to Slees, we no longer have to worry about those so-called "Generic Host for Win32 Process" and "svchost.exe" errors that haunt... Comments Nirmal April 28, 2007 ar 6:46 pm

Hi DJ, Thanks for the mention :smile: Own May 7, 2007 ar 12:41 pm not working ……I tried all solution and still not working, I have Patched it and what I got ?? my OS not responding, ohh I had to reinstall OS…. still confusing….. need solution soon …. Is there any problem with firefox Dj Flush May 7, 2007 ar 1:07 pm Please visit my older post regarding the fix for generic host for win32 process :!: It has a guaranteed solution :mrgreen: mrinal May 24, 2007 ar 9:31 am plz help how to fix generic host win32 error MetallMann May 28, 2007 ar 3:11 am HI same here I did a clean install of OS but the error still apears… must be a virus (trojan) ??? :idea: kang chen June 13, 2007 ar 10:11 pm hi….i know how to fix tat problem d u juz need go to microsoft website n search for generic host win32 problem….then u juz click window xp 64bit to dl….it wil help u fix ur problem d mike June 21, 2007 ar 11:18 am You are a legend. I have been trying to fix the „generic‟ host thing for months and found your other page which didnt work for me but had some great info/advice. I then found this page via [another lock-up] and google. YAAY.. it has been running for 4 hours now and no error messages. This was after patching/hot fixing being told I had a deeply embedded trojan etc etc. Thankyou for your very clear and easy to read assistance. floot Raj July 5, 2007 ar 7:08 pm

To resolve this problem, follow these steps: 1.Click Start, click Run, and then type net stop wuauserv. 2.On the desktop, double-click My Computer, and then delete the drive:\WuTemp folder. 3.Delete the drive:\Windows\System32\Catroot2 folder. 4.Open the drive:\Windows folder, and then rename the SoftwareDistribution folder as SoftwareDistributionOLD. 5.Open the drive:\Windows\system32 folder, and then follow these steps: a. Rename the Wuweb.dll file as Wuweb.dll.old. b. Rename the Wuapi.dll file as Wuapi.dll.old. c. Rename the Wuauclt.exe file as Wuauclt.exe.old. d. Rename the Wuaucpl.cpl file as Wuaucpl.cpl.old. e. Rename the Wuaueng1.dll file as Wuaueng1.dll.old. f. Rename the Wuaueng.dll file as Wuaueng.dll.old. g. Rename the Wuauserv.dll file as Wuauserv.dll.old. h. Rename the Wucltui.dll file as Wucltui.dll.old. i. Rename the Wups2.dll file as Wups2.dll.old. j. Rename the Wups.dll file as Wups.dll.old. 6.Restart the computer. aslikhar July 14, 2007 ar 12:06 pm thanx..It really did solve my generic host problem RonRon September 1, 2007 ar 7:54 am Applied all of DJ Flush‟s advice. Also tried Nirmal‟s suggestion.Problem not solved. Never found a wutemp file to take Raj‟s advice. May have to reformat to a different windows.Any more suggestions. Thanks just the same. RonRon Min456 September 2, 2007 ar 9:33 am Here is my suggestion. If the error appears, ignore it. Continue using the internet as usual girish September 11, 2007 ar 11:31 am Hi Dj Flush i tried to resolve this error by your solution but it didnt work. Does this occur only in the servers of Lan network or in the other computers of Lan too … can I change OS to win 2000? please answer me Dj Flush September 11, 2007 ar 6:11 pm Everyone here please also check out the alternative solution to fix generic host Harry September 15, 2007 ar 11:38 am Min456: Please explain how you “ignore it” when you no longer have an internet connection once the problem has occured.

If you can‟t provide useful information keep your hands off the keyboard. Mark September 24, 2007 ar 9:08 pm He says ignore it…just continue surfing…don‟t press any buttons of it…but there will come a time that another win32 error will appear, thus making your connection offline. Until now it‟s my problem. I can‟t connect my database because of this networking and that generic host error :( Amir October 27, 2007 ar 11:11 pm Just turn windows firewall on. There will be no generic host message. gino November 3, 2007 ar 3:07 pm Oh My God! Thank you much for this important and really helpful post. I appreciate it. I have been trying to solve this problem for a month until I found this and it really works. I patched it and applied the solution#2. Thanks a lot your the man :D zampuda November 22, 2007 ar 9:56 pm Dj and Nirmal Rocks. These tips really solved my problem. Thanks a lot. abhishek December 6, 2007 ar 4:25 pm DJ and Nirmal both of you are appreciable. I have formated my system four times in 2 days but now I am trying your solution. Thanks a lot for so useful tips. psokarovski January 19, 2008 ar 3:49 am Wow I fixed on every computer I had except on my home file server…tried all fixes but still nothing and then I find the brightness at the end of the road :D Solution1: Install Windows Vista Solution2: Install Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon With KDE4 or maybe a dual boot…must tell I am surprised how fast vista is, from what I‟ve heard i expected something like XP on 486 machine William January 22, 2008 ar 3:45 pm You‟re a very very nice man. Thanks, my problem is now fixed. Even Microsoft don‟t know about this solution! Pabitra

January 24, 2008 ar 7:06 pm What if I try the registry fix? will it work? Sushmit March 14, 2008 ar 10:42 am Hi. I Tried your old post. Still I am not able to get rid of Host Process Error. Please help me dude. It‟s really creating problems for me. Thank you. Sushmit Gsabog March 21, 2008 ar 2:20 am If none of the above works then download smitfraudfix. Use smitfraudfix in safe mode. Here is the download link. everything is in there even the instructions PinkRayneDrop March 29, 2008 ar 10:13 am As I just posted in your other tips…You rock. I have fixed the problem that even Microsoft could not help me with. It‟s worked for me…I am forever in your debt! Rahat mirza May 8, 2008 ar 6:36 pm There is no solution Rodel May 19, 2008 ar 12:24 pm I tried solution # 2 and it worked. Thanks a lot. margot June 3, 2008 ar 12:39 pm i will try it… tnx… ur site is very informative Rohan Shenoy June 7, 2008 ar 1:05 am Hey DJ, Method 2 is working for me(CMD>netsh>winsock>reset) I can‟t tell you how relieved I feel after this issue got solved. I tried so many solutions in the past including smitfraudfix and sasser worm remover utility. I also remember reading somewhere that such an error can also be caused due to improperly removed internet software. I was using some sify broadband software in the past which was not uninstalled properly. May be this has something to with that!

Anywayz, this worked great. chuck June 25, 2008 ar 3:30 am Resetting winsock worked. Thanks!! What causes this? I upgraded to XP SP3, PC worked fine for three days, then lost access to my other four networked PCs, for not real reason..e.g., did not install new software, or change my system. Thanks again for the help. Chuck Jhumon June 28, 2008 ar 3:56 pm Nice work mate. its work nicely. kalpesh shah July 11, 2008 ar 7:17 pm Hi, I am suffering from virus trojangamedownloader,plz help if anyone know about this.i am using 2 computers for business purpose sundeep July 27, 2008 ar 7:27 pm than a lot man ,,it worked,,nw i have no problem with internet….but im nt able to configure hibernate,wenever i try its says the program is being used by someother appli,,even wen i try it as soon as i restart,,it wont work..any help. and thanku a lottt fong August 4, 2008 ar 9:38 pm Thanks guy. It‟s really work.!!! Solution 2 I did. Adi August 14, 2008 ar 6:44 pm Thanks, For me worked 2nd fix Thanks again Gunnerd76 September 3, 2008 ar 2:48 am SOrry forgot to add Im using Windows XP with Service Pack 3. Most of the problems reported on here are to do with SP2 which i had earlier and it did the same thing so i updated and it still occurs. Thanks again Asim Elic September 6, 2008 ar 9:17 pm Hi I followed the instruction of RAJ

Didnt work.. its still there….Please anyone suggest something bhushan September 9, 2008 ar 8:34 pm Thanks, it worked Shalabh Mathur September 11, 2008 ar 11:08 am Thanks, Saad Hamid for your social help. Thank you very much. I am Manager-engineering in a small company that is in power sector and installs complete power plant, steam turbines. If you need any help i am always there. thanks & Regards jul October 11, 2008 ar 10:07 am Hi DJ, i read your older post in fix for generic host for win32 process and i‟ve done it. The results are losing my connection with other PCs, while the Generic Post Process doesn‟t come up again. Now i‟m going to try the alternatives above. The question is : Should i reset the HLMsoftwaremicrosoftOLE string value to “Y” and reset the parameters to “Device” before applying one of those alternatives above? Thank you so much for your kindness.. Mary Lou October 12, 2008 ar 2:24 am Hi - I have a win32 error:23 MSCORLIB.dll I have XP-SP2. I tried Soultion 1&2 then tried Raj‟s solution dated July5,2007. I am still getting this error and don‟t know what more to do. Any assistance you can provide would be much appreciated. okabija October 13, 2008 ar 7:28 am HI, I have try it, it work on solution no 1, but seems its disable the sharing internet connection over LAN ? 1. » Fix Generic Host For Win32 Process Error Apr 28, 2007 1. Speed Linking #1 Apr 29, 2007 1.

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