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#1 Gunuvortus

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 02:36 AM

Hi!

Running under Vista Bussiness 64 bit.

since a couple of days, I get almost every day this problem:
A popup windows tells:
Host process for Windows Services stopped working and was closed.
and a similar note for Windows Media Network .....
The screen reslution changes spontaneously then.
After a while Vista completely halts and shows the blue screen in which a memory crash dump is made.
Then it reboots and after it's ready, I see the message that Windows has restarted from an unexpected shutdown.
The process is repeating, somtimes after minutes, sometimes after hours.
I didn't have an earlier restore point to downgrade far enoug back.
already did the Repair option from the DVD: startup repair, rthere was nothing wrong.

Would Vista show this behaviour if some application driver causes it?

Can I reinstall Vista over the existing install without losing my registry application data?

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#2 Jacee

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 02:56 PM

Click on the run box (in accessories), and type eventvwr in the box, then click OK. What is the "host process service" event error connected to? Does it give a program, driver or?

Edited by Jacee, 28 October 2007 - 02:57 PM.

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