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Unable to remove Generic Host Services Error


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#1 LB55

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Posted 09 December 2010 - 09:40 AM

Hey Everyone..

Just when I think I got it, back it comes. I followed some of the suggestions here, but it keeps coming back.

Would anyone know if there is a Tool out there for this problem? I have used the Worm Tool and closed Ports 135 and 455, rebooted, and checked them again. They are indeed closed. But after the User opens Act!, then Sage Peachtree Accounting, then Foxfire, when he tries to Search, The Generic Host Services Error comes up. You close the Browser and return to Peachtree, it starts an Error steam on the Network Connection first, then any EXE's, then Crashes the Program.

XP Pro SP3
Intel Celeron 2.4/256/533
2GB Ram

Any help woul;d be greatly appreciated.

LB

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Posted 09 December 2010 - 09:55 AM

Please post the error.

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Posted 09 December 2010 - 10:29 AM

Thankx, DC

I'm backing up all hid Data Files to move to a new PC. I'll send it when this is done.

Thankx,

LB




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