Error 126 when starting workstation service

Posted on 2006-03-21
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
I am trying to start the Worksation service in Win 2000 Pro system and receiving error 126 "specified module could not be found" How can I repair or re-install the workstation service?  I found on MS website that you could do it in NT but I can not figure out how in Win2k.
Question by:stratasoft
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    Accepted Solution

    Check out what module is missing using the DependencyWalker ( Open '%SystemRoot%\System32\ntlanman.dll' and check any error messages. BTW, re-applying your current service pack should fix that problem anyway.

    Author Comment

    Thanks, I had to replace the wksvc.dll with SPK4

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