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Solved: register class object failed =0x800706ba the rpc server is unavailable

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by hsimmy, Nov 9, 2010.

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  1. hsimmy

    hsimmy Thread Starter

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    When I reboot my computer I keep getting the message : HP AiO Device object server register class object failed =0x800706ba the rpc server is unavailable.

    I have a Fujitsu Scaleo P PC on Windows XP Service pack 2

    The computer was running slow, so I restarted it and now have no task bar and can't get onto Internet Explorer. It won't run the virus checker.

    Please could anyone give me any ideas of what to try.

    Thanks, Helen
     
  2. Saga Lout

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    Can you open the system in Safe Mode by tapping Function 8 before Windows starts to load?
     
  3. hsimmy

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    Hi, I managed to get to this point before I received your answer, but thank you anyway. I went to last known good configuration and it sorted it out.
    Thank you again.
    Kind Regards, Helen
     
  4. Saga Lout

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    I'm glad you got it sorted and thanks for the thanks anyway. It's always worth a try but the other valuable option in Advanced Boot menu is "Disable automatic restart on system failure" - just in case it happens again. That stops the loop and shows a blue screen with helpful information.
     
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