RPC too Busy

From a DOS prompt how do I stop and restart the service? I am unable to open services from the control panel. My processes are runing at @ 97% slowing everything way down.
neo881Asked:
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oBdACommented:
With
net stop "<service name>"
and
net start "<service name>"
Entering "net start" will give you a list of running services.
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neo881Author Commented:
I tried that but the rpc is too busy to complete this operation. any ideas
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oBdACommented:
Well, which process(es) is (are) hogging the CPU? Anything in the event log? Does it happen during certain actions, or all the time?
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