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Erased list in reg.key netsvcs - Computers & Internet

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  • pksam Aug 28, 2008

    Sorry ,and thanks for answer it sure looks like the list i erased,i only have the netsvcs key on the left pane and 2x clicking on that displays 2 entrys in right pane:



    1...default..............................rz........................(no value)

    2...CoInitializeSecurityParam rz........................0x000000001



    so where does go and how is it entered ?thanks a ton best $10 I've ever spent. Warm regards Peter

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You will have to reinstall the operating system

else try to restore the OS

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 28, 2008

    Go to Start -> Run, type in regedit and press Enter. Navigate to:

    HKEY_Local_Machine\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\SvcHost

    In the right pane, double-click to open the netsvcs key.

    this must be present inside the value
    6to4
    AppMgmt
    AudioSrv
    Browser
    CryptSvc
    DMServer
    DHCP
    ERSvc
    EventSystem
    FastUserSwitchingCompatibility
    HidServ
    Ias
    Iprip
    Irmon
    LanmanServer
    LanmanWorkstation
    Messenger
    Netman
    Nla
    Ntmssvc
    NWCWorkstation
    Nwsapagent
    Rasauto
    Rasman
    Remoteaccess
    Schedule
    Seclogon
    SENS
    Sharedaccess
    SRService
    Tapisrv
    Themes
    TrkWks
    W32Time
    WZCSVC
    Wmi
    WmdmPmSp
    winmgmt
    wscsvc
    xmlprov
    BITS
    wuauserv
    ShellHWDetection
    helpsvc
    WmdmPmSN

    thank you


  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 28, 2008

    please dont forget to accept the solution if you are OK with it.

    thank you


  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 28, 2008

    reinstalling service pack 2 of XP will also cure your problem.

    thank you


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