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Generic host error

I have a net connection through LAN card. Suddenly i have an error witha message svchost error,and a dialog showing generic host process forwin32
stops. I have tried microsoft updates but no result , same withantivrus and antispyware scan. My sound als stop respondingimmediately. Plz help

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Hai,
svchost.exe is a system file, and it seems this file has got corrupted some how.
Try this, if u have the install CD of the OS, try boot from the CD
and go for new installation, in the final Partition selection part u will get a OS repair option. Press R and the system will repair the corrupted files to its original.
Then go for a full virus scan with an updated antivirus utility.
good luck
Rabby

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