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explicit8

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Hello. I have a problem with my computer after I had completed a reistallation of windows XP It started poppin up a message" Generic Host Process for Win32 Services" . When i click ok the connection drops and when i click at the icon to reconnect again the little connection window flashes up and nothing more. Then i need to reboot in order to be able to connect . And i keep getting this problem randomly usually every 10-30 mins.
I read a few threads here and there on the internet some guys had the same problem with me and they were told to download patches but since the threads are kinda old the links were dead .
Can somebody help me to overcome this frustrating problem with my computer? Because it has become impossible to use it since the reistallation.
Thank you and congratulations on your valuable help you are doing a gread job.
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The Skeptic

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Please look at this link from Microsoft. It gives you several solutions to this problem.
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I tried this update but unfortunatelly didnt resolve my problem. Any other suggestions?
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Do you have a HP printer or scanner? If so, see here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/821690
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