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How do Services Work?

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How do services work.  I have a service which I am trying to install on a new machine.  When I start the service, the log entries it outputs suggests there is a problem with the service, and that it is not working properly.  If a service throws and error or something like that, is there a way to tell?
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  U can go to start / system / control panel / administrator tools/ event viewer / system log...to view any errors. Also from admin tools U can click on services, this shows U all your services. It is the registry key,
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Yeah, there are no errors in the event viewer, however, there is definitely a function call not returning and there is a log write at the top of the function call which is not getting written...
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