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Windows event log service wont start and keeps saying access denied and gives me an error code 5. i have looked everywere on the microsoft site to no avail. any help would be great. i have also covered all basics like restarting come, manually starting service. nothing works.

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    Tim Nelson Mar 12, 2009

    no, i got nod32 on the case, as well as trend micro, spybot, and adaware.

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Run a virus scan, and spy ware scan. Alot of times viruses will cause this so you can't find the problem.

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