Fix Generic Host Process Error Video Tutorials
We have chosen some useful videos that show some ways of solving Generic Host Process error. This video will also be helpful, if you want to fix svchost.exe (LocalSystemNetworkRestricted) error.
You are welcome to use automatic solutions:
- The first thing you need to do is press Start>Run and type in ‘regedit’. Click OK.
- Now you should go to directory HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, then click on folder System, then CurrentControlSet.
- Now scroll down until you find NetTB folder, click on it, and choose Parameters.
- Now in the right window find “TransportBindNameX” at the end of right side window. Double click this value and delete the data titled Device to leave it blank.
- Now you should go to Start>Control Panel>Administrative tools>Services and double-click on it.
- Now find auxiliary NetBIOS ICP/IP and click right mouse button to see its properties, change StartUp type to “automatic” and apply it.
Another way to get rid of the problem (in case you have SP2) open the link on the Microsoft portal then download and install Security Update.
First you go Start>Run and type in “cmd” without the brakes in the opened window. Now you can see a command prompt. Now type in “netsh” and press Enter. Now type “winsock” and press Enter again. Now type “reset”, press Enter and restart your computer.
The video shows several ways of solving the problem that include downloading specialized tools and patches.
Create some bat.files: The first one fixes vulnerabilities in registries, the second fixes reset winsock, to run the third runs protection scan that would replace corrupted files. (to run this one you will need Windows XP disk).
- to create the first one you just need to open Notepad and type in the following:
reg add HKLM/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Services/netbtparameters /v TransportBindName /t REG_SZ /d “” /f
reg add HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftOLE /v EnableDCOM /t REG_SZ /d “N” /f
- to create the second one: netsh winsock reset netsh winsock reset catalog nets int ip reset c:tcip.txt
- to create the third one: sfc /scannow
To make these files bat.files you need to change “Save as” to “All files” and add “.bat” to the file name
Now click on the bat.files respectively and see if it has solved the problem.
If you have SP2 you can fix this error by installing hotfix from Microsoft.
But if you don’t want to waste your time on following the above instructions step-by-step all you need to do is download Regcure Pro. This tool is specifically designed to fix svhost.exe problem like generic host process error saving your time and efforts.
Material provided by: Alesya Orlova Google