Generic Host Process for Win32 Services encountered
I am using windows 2003 server.and i an facing the problem which says(Generic Host Process for Win32 Services encountered) due to that error ma internet connection got disconnect.i am a local net provider due 2 that error sharing of ma all network become infected and when ever any clint acces my system my net connection drop and a error eport appear on the system and it stop some of my service due 2 which my sharing dosent appear on LAN..
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There might be a virus in your pc or there is some application that is causing conflicts with the operating system services.
You can try disabling the services/programs at startup. You can do this by Start->Run->type msconfig->services/startup. Disable services one at a time.Some services are necessary so please be careful while doing so.
To find the problem and solve it will take time.
Else a better option is to format and reinstall the operating system.
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see heres the thing when using VM-Ware, VM-Ware doesnt use drivers for your physical hardware, because it emulates the hardware that is seen in the hardware information of your system preferences.
So installing even drivers for the "emulated" hardware will not work, as VM-Ware uses its own drivers for the hardware, which are included with the VM-Ware Tools, if that doesnt seem to work, you may want to contact VM-Ware support, as they may have a better solutiuon.
I?m assuming this is happening on a Windows machine. This is one of the really vague error messages that Microsoft give for an incredibly large number of problems. I typically see this on servers but have seen it occur on workstations. If you?re running XP, 2000 (server or Pro), or 2003:
- Check and make sure your Remote Procedure Call Service is running.
- There is an older vulnerability that tries to use a flaw in the RPC services. It is fixed if you copy of Windows is up to date so make sure it is.
- Review your application log for any clues.
If you need more assistance let us know your operating system, if it is fully patched and what is showing in your log file around the time you receive the error message.