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how do i fix vista dhcp client service

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error 1079: the account specified for this service is different from the account specified for other services running in the same process
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of course change the  remote registry service to DHCP client service =]
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Spyware.... need I say more.   I removed the HD, scanned it on another machine.   Blah Blah Blah.... fixed it to a point of recover from it's own os.    Then rigerous scan with various spyware cleaner.... Back to life.

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