Monthly Archives: September 2009

How to fix Generic Host for Win32 Process and svchost errors

How to fix Generic Host for Win32 Process and svchost errors

“Generic Host for Win32 Process” and the faulting Svchost.exe are dreaded errors on Windows XP (SP2).These errors can also occur on windows server 2003 and windows 2000, and on both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) editions.�
 
Earlier we covered a few solutions to fix Generic Host Process Win32 Services error. Here is one more solution that requires you to close ports 445 and 135 on your PC/computer.

How to fix “Generic Host for Win32 Process” and “svchost.exe” errors?

close Port 445:

  • Click Start >> Run, to open the Run dialog box
  • Here, type regedit to open the registry
  • Navigate to the following registry key – HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >> System >> CurrentControlSet >> Services >> NetBT >> Parameters

 

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  • On the right-hand pane find the option TransportBindName.
  • Double click on TransportBindName and delete the existing default value.
  • click Ok

From the above, it is clear, that you have closed Port 445 by giving a blank value to TransportBindName for NetBT services.�
close Port 135:

  • Click Start >> Run, to open the Run dialog box
  • Here, type regedit to open the registry
  • Navigate to the following registry key – HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >> software >> microsoft >> Ole

 

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  • On thee right hand window pane find an option called EnableDCOM
  • Double-click EnableDCOM and change the value from Y to N
  • click Ok
  • Close the Registry Editor and restart your computer

That is all folks!!! Now you have got rid of the dreaded Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Error!!!

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MICROSOFT VISUAL C++ RUNTIME LIBRARY RUNTIME ERROR

MICROSOFT VISUAL C++ RUNTIME LIBRARY RUNTIME ERROR

When you try to dismiss a reminder in Microsoft Outlook, you receive the following error message:

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Runtime error!
Program: c:/…/Outlook.exe
R6025
Pure virtual function call

To solve this problem, start Outlook with one of the following command lines:

“C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficeOutlook.exe” /cleanreminders
-or-
“C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficeOutlook.exe” /cleanviews
-or-
“C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficeOutlook.exe” /cleanfreebusy

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MICROSOFT VISUAL C++ RUNTIME LIBRARY WHEN YOU OPEN A HTML MESSAGE

If you wanted to open a HTML Message, you may get this error:

“Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library (Path to Outlook.exe) Abnormal Program Termination.”

To solve this problem, please deactivate all Addins under:

TOOLS | OPTIONS | OTHER TAB | ADVANCED OPTIONS | ADD-IN MANAGER

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Synchronization takes longer than expected after you remove offline items in Outlook 2003

Synchronization takes longer than expected after you remove offline items in Outlook 2003

After you remove offline items (*.ost files), you may find that it takes longer than expected to synchronize the items that are from the server.

To solve this, please follow the next steps:

Click the Inbox folder, and then press SHIFT + F9 to start a Send/Receive operation for the current folder. This action makes sure that the full item (including the header, the item, and all the attachments that are present) is retrieved.On the Tools menu, point to Send/Receive , and then click Download Headers in This Folder. Restart Outlook 2003

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You receive a Riched20.dll error messages and Outlook 2003 stops responding when you start Outlook 2003

You receive a Riched20.dll error messages and Outlook 2003 stops responding when you start Outlook 2003

When you try to start Outlook 2003, you may get this errors:

“Outlook.exe caused an ‘access violation’ fault in module riched20.dll at 014f:4802bc95.”

or

“Outlook caused an Invalid Page Fault in riched20.dll.”

After you click OK
Outlook 2003 does not start or Outlook starts and you receive another error message:

“Unable to load “riched20.dll”. You may be out of memory, out of system resources, or missing a .dll file”

To solve this problem follow the next steps:

Rename the riched20.dll
START | SEARCH | CLICK ALL FILES AND FOLDERS | SEARCH Riched20.dll
In the Search Results window, right-click Riched20.dll , click Rename , type Riched20.old , and then press
ENTER

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