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Windows 2008 Server network connections service won't start

Posted on 2011-02-11
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I have a Windows 2008 Server with SP2, when I tried to start Network connection service I receive the following error:

Error 1075: dependant service doesn't exist or is mark for deletion

In event Viewer:
System Event ID 7003

Service network conections depend on service: winsvc: This service could not be installed.

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by:connectex
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Backup your this registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\nsi. Then remove winsvc from the Depend On Service entry. Now will the Network Connection service start? If so great! Also look in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services for the key of winsvc. If you could export it and post it that might be helpful too.
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by:upmchile
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Thanks for your answer Attached is nsi regisry entry and netman (Network connections), as you can see nither of this two service has a dependency enwinsvc, also I dont have winsvc on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services
netman.reg
nsi.reg
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Have you searched your registry for any references to winsvc? It have to be under one or more of the "Depends On Service" entries.
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Yes but I didn't find any reference
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Are any other automatic services not starting?
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by:upmchile
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No, only network connections
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I will tried uninstalling network addapter and see if it fix the problem.
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Some checking leeds me to believe this service reference is mal-ware related. Try downloading and running MalwareBytes free version. Here's the site: http://www.malwarebytes.org/
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Maybe, Kespersky detect a malware, I will reboot and see.
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Thanks for your help every body, it was a malware, detected by Kaspersky, I reboot the server and the service was able to start.
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