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windows 2008 R2 services not starting "server" , "workstation" and "computer browser"

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windows 2008 R2 services not starting "server" , "workstation" and "computer browser"
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by:Toxacon
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They do not start at boot or they do not start manually? Any error messages?
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by:mash1978
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services are not getting started at boot and also not getting started manually.

Giving error message "DLL missing"

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by:Toxacon
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Run

sfc /verifyonly

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to verify that every Operating System file is in place. If it gives errors then use the same (SFC) tool to repair the Operating System bad or missing files.
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by:mash1978
ID: 34885488
Not showing any file missing...........
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by:Toxacon
ID: 34886171
That sounds bad.

Download Process Monitor from the link below

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645

and use it to track what DLL is missing if the error message does not state it.
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Issue resolved after done a registry changes
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by:mash1978
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solution not provided by expert exchange team
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by:Databranch
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"Issue resolved after done a registry changes " - what changes?
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