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Oracle 10g & Windows Server 2003 - Problem starting certain Oracle Services on Reboot

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I have installed Oracle Application Server Infrastructure & Oracle Application Server (Middle Tier) Windows Server 2003 SP2. The installation went on fine for both Infrastructure & Application Server. Connecting to port 18101, 389, 7778, 18100 through http had no difficulties. But once the Windows Server was restarted (rebooted), following three services are not starting, see details as below:
OracleINFRAASControl Service Terminated with service specific error 1 [0x1]
OracleORAMTA Service Terminated with service specific error 2 [0x2]
OracleDBConsole Service Terminated with service specific error3 [0x3]

Also the server startup became very slow.

Any ideas ?
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Try to make those services to be started manually not automatically, and then start them in a proper order:
1) Infrastructure Services
2) Infrastructure EM Services
3) Middle-tier Services
4) Middle-tier EM Services

Since you have windows, I recommend starting them not through Windows Services; instead, using Oracle Batch components (under Start, Programs, ORACLE_HOME, Start ORACLE_COMPONENT)

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