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Once I uninstalled the Google desktop, the error message went away. Endpoint Protectively clean, Diagnosis & Repair Tool. Network & Sharing Iexplore.exe assert problemI have vista home edition. Right click the taskbar and choose start task manager, look at the startup tab.

You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. Back to top #4 TomGL2 TomGL2 Advanced Member Advanced Member 3,089 posts Gender:Male Posted 29 August 2012 - 07:14 PM If you're running Google Desktop, uninstall the program and see if I had been getting the Assert in LSP message at TVPC.COM when receiving streaming video. As advertised above, it worked like a CHARM!

Try & see if this works. Your PC will run much smoother after this process is completed. Legend Correct Answers - 10 points © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated. If you still encounter the error, uninstall and reinstall the Administrator Client or Lotus Notes client after uninstalling the Google Desktop.

appreciate it! If that fails, you'll need to do a manual uninstall in the Registry. Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search Error: "Error Title: Assert in Lsp Full Error Message:" when launching the Administrator Client launch; launched; launching; configure; configured; This seems to have happened to many people, as in this thread at Google Groups.

When I'm on the internet I get this message Assert in LSP g_socket_data_lookup(s)==capture\isp\noisp\wsp-patches.ccp:1313... This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled. In the command box that pops up type "netsh winsock reset" and press Enter(no quotes). No credit cards required.

I've searched a number of websites and message boards and all have told me the problem is with Google Desktop and that if I uninstall this program, the problem will be Is this a virus?