CWALSP appears to belong to NetNanny/ContentWatch. I would
uninstall/reinstall NetNanny. If unsuccessful with that, try their support
Hope this helps,
[MS MVP- IE]
"Dave in Des Moines" <DaveinDesMoines@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> My daughter's WinXP computer is wirelessly connected to our in-home
> and I have excellent signal strength on her machine, but IE7 cannot access
> the Internet. Other machines in the house also connected wirelessly are
> to connect to the Internet without problem. When I run the IE diagnostic,
> get an error message saying that Windows has detected a problem with
> service provider (LSPCWALSP. It then asks me if I want to remove it and
> reboot, and I say Yes. But after reboot, I get the same message.
> Any help?