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Internet exlored keeps failing and cannot work online

I am using Windows XP home additon with Bootcamp partition and Fusion on a Mac Powerbook and i keep getting a message as shown below and being thrown off the internet on internet explore

EventType: BEX P1: svchost.exe P2 5.1.2600.2180 P3: 41107ed6

P4: netapi32.dll P5: 5.1.2600.2180 P6: 411096ac P7: 0000a3c0

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This error include: information regarding the condition of Generic Host Process for Win32 Services when the problem occurred, the operation system version and computer hardware in use, and the IP address of your computer

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  • webster_susi Jan 25, 2009

    not really very useful



    i have since found this problem is more frequent with the optus modem than the telstra modem, perhaps it is problems with the signal i am receiving from optus??? what if i buy the premium assistance plan and the problem persists???



    i do not believe you have even attempted to investigate the problems you just want to sell me your software whether it addresses the problems or not

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