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Solved: XP: All Services end up set to Disabled

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by dbailey18, Jan 26, 2007.

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  1. dbailey18

    dbailey18 Thread Starter

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    This question has been asked before with no results back in 04/12/06, and was posted by junker39, so now my Father-in-law is having the same problem on his system which is a GateWay. Said he was just reading his e-mail before all this happened in OutlookExpress went away for probably 4 or 5 hrs game back and he could not connect, which is dialup to the internet. Looked things over and noticed
    that all his system services had been set to disable ? Re-inabled the things back the way they should be for his system uninstalled his People PC ON Line , just wish he would switch over to cable, re-installed the People PC got him back on line went into system service's again after closing his browser and noticed all service's where re-set again to disable ? Have done virus scans and whatever else we could come up with no results. Was wondering if the creature could be in his ram?
     
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    what do you mean by "all services"?
     
  3. dbailey18

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    OK ! Just go ahead and consider this solved and as I will mark it as such. My reference was to the services in Administrative Tools or if your system config screen has it those services. It seems as though it was a problem with his Virus program as I have uninstalled it and replaced it with somthing with a little more CLASS !!!! Nod 32 ! Yeah ! :D The program ( Virus Software ) was for some reason disabling everthing at start up ! No more ! :cool: :cool: :cool:
     
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