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r3linquish3r

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Every time I start my computer I get the error message that "Generic host process fro Win32 Services has been stoppd from starting" or to the sort. My uncle and I ahve isolated the problem to the startup value %systemroot%\system32\dumprep 0 -u. We turned this off from starting in MSConfig and rebooted my computer. after rebooting it tries to se itself up to start again but SB S&D Tea Timer notifies me. Any help fro removing this would be awesome because it is severely slowing up my computer.

Edited by r3linquish3r, 21 June 2005 - 01:41 PM.

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The problem is in fact not dumprep, as it is a app from Microsoft that serve as an error reporting device. In Windows XP (even with SP2), there is faillure regarding Generic Host Process. If you wish to correct the problem go on the microsoft site and download the patch that was issued (Update for Windows XP (KB894391)):


http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en
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thx alot
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