What is the win 32 problem in xp?

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I am using Windows XP now. But there is a problem in my computer and that is, when I use my Internet connection, it is disconnected after 10 or 15 minutes and shows a message about win 32 problem.

But there is no problem in my mode.

What do I do?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #85228

What is the win 32 problem in xp?

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Hi friend,

Windows 32 is a library function or built in function for windows XP.

Generally this win 32 problem shows the reason or display problem of monitor regulation.

But never shows this type of message on internet.

May be it depends on your internet connection. It could be a broadband connection.  

Broadband connection uses STP or Co-axial cable for internet connection.

May be it is not working properly or is damaged for some reason.

So my advice is to check your connection and then you may need to inform your ISP for this type of problem.

For more information you may visit this link.

Answered By 0 points N/A #85229

What is the win 32 problem in xp?

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Hello,

Simply click start ; then run ; type regedit.  Go to navigate to:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesBrowserParameters.

Now right click the windows pane and you can see the value called IsDomainmaster.  Double click that and simply set its value to False and click ok. Restart your computer.

If not, just try this one.  Click start ; then run ; type the CMD after that in the command prompt and type the following netsh and simply press enter ; type winsock  and press enter.  Now type rest and press enter again. Try to restart your computer.

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