Step 8: Install All Available Windows Updates Microsoft is constantly updating and improving Windows system files that could be associated with services.exe. However, if you are careful in how you do it, you can reduce damage to Windows and your computer's hard drive. Reply Eric TT February 5, 2014 It works like a charm for me, I'm so happy to see the logo of Win XP appearing again instead of "Windows could not start It’s that simple ! http://upxpress.net/how-to/xp-anti-virus-virus-help-clearing-it.php
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Recommendation: Scan your PC for services.exe registry corruption Filename: services.exe Latest Known Version: 126.96.36.199 Developer: Microsoft File Size (Bytes): 101888 Software: Windows XP Operating System: Windows Description: October 2002 MD5: 9F014A24CF9D040C492AED3BDFFFE2B7 Presto worked like a charm. With Ubuntu it's much easier to navigate my c and d drives on the damaged pc and save some files to thumb drive than using the other rescue cd products I Without the XP CD you'll find yourself completely stuck though, as you have no way to access the DOS/command prompt and copy the back up into the system32/config folder.
If not, you'll need to make one first. Let us know works out for you!
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