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I have window xp version 5.1.2600. when iuse internet it is not functioning prpreely. shows error 1722 rpc server not present

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    I have started the services of print spooler and the fax in discrepancies.. still not printing. says rpc service not available..


    RPC is yet another service that you need to enable so that printing will take place.

    Usually, when I encountered this printing error while printing a networked printer, I do the following steps (in Win XP):

    1. Open the Control Panel
    2. Open Administrative Tools => Services
    3. Disable the following services in order: (a) Print Spooler (b) Remote Procedure Call (RPC) (c) Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator and (d) Server.
    4. Minimize all open windows
    5. Refresh the PC/Laptop by pressing F5
    6. Enable the same services in item 3 in the same order
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    If the same error re-occurs, restart your computer.

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    Cant install driver with "rpc server is unavailable" and also shows both the se and se sec family in device manager.


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    Have you gotten an RPC error lately? They look a little like this:
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    - OR "The RPC Server is too busy to complete the task"
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    RPC stands for "Remote Procedure Call." This probably still doesn't tell you much. Let's see if we can put this in non-technical language. RPC is the go between of your computer and server. This is what allows your computer to access a network.
    RPC has two main parts to it: the client and the server. When the client (the program requesting something) sends a message to the server (the process that takes the order or performs the task), it is being asked to execute a certain procedure. The client waits for the server to process the call before resuming the execution.
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    Usually, the RPC error pops up because there is some sort of miscommunication between the computer and the server. Most of the time, the wires get crossed somewhere due to Internet components that are not configured or activated. Sometimes it is just a matter of adjusting the Internet Firewalls or Proxy Server.
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    One way to investigate an RPC server error is to verify that you have enabled the DCOM Tunneling is enabled and not being blocked by any third party Internet Security programs such as AVG, Norton, McAfee, etc.
    To do this:
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    13. Click MoveUp button until Tunneling is at the top of the list
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    16. Restart the computer
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    The RPC Error is such a common error, it seems like it should be easy to fix. However, the DCOM Tunneling fix is only the beginning of troubleshooting an RPC server error. The good news is that you really don't have to do anything when it comes to an RPC error if you maintain your computer with registry maintenance tools. Try researching the benefits of a registry cleaner to fix RPC errors.
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    Cannot use WinXP System File Checker (SFC), RPC Server?


    Are you trying this in safe mode?
    Sometimes the RPC service will refuse to start. Assuming all other services are reset to their default values:

    Start, run, CMD

    net start (check the service again to be sure it is stopped)

    net start rpcss
    net start (check again)

    if no joy, you need to use the XP CD to go to the Recovery Console.

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    reboot the machine.

    "Could not start the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Service. Error 1058" error message when you manually start the Remote Procedure Call service
    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=838428#appliesto

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    See if System Restore will get you back to a restore point before your problem with Explorer.

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    Run the System File Checker program from the Run Box by typing.....Sfc /Scannow in it and have your XP CD handy.

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    RPC Service not running


    Hi,
    Please restart the service of RPC.
    Write the script for RPC services by the help of google ur problem will be shortout .


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    Unable to install any software in win xp


    I have found a way to troubleshoot that rpc server problem here support.microsoft.com/kb/224370 www.jsifaq.com/SF/Tips/Tip.aspx?id=2732 www.jsifaq.com/SF/Tips/Tip.aspx?id=10582

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    "The RPC server is unavailable"


    I?m assuming this is happening on a Windows machine. This is one of the really vague error messages that Microsoft give for an incredibly large number of problems. I typically see this on servers but have seen it occur on workstations. If you?re running XP, 2000 (server or Pro), or 2003: - Check and make sure your Remote Procedure Call Service is running. - There is an older vulnerability that tries to use a flaw in the RPC services. It is fixed if you copy of Windows is up to date so make sure it is. - Review your application log for any clues. If you need more assistance let us know your operating system, if it is fully patched and what is showing in your log file around the time you receive the error message.

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