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windows could not start diagnostic policy service on local computer Error 1114

Posted on 2011-03-10
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I am getting this message when trying to start Diagnostic Policy Service.  The network connection is enabled, and passing packets, but not getting an IP, and shows up as disconnected in the system tray.  Any Ideas?

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May be your DLL missing/corrupted ..

Try below step by step

*** http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itprogeneral/thread/ce87c63a-2334-4392-a566-4a639d021fd2

Go for the registry entry mentioned above link, If not worked look at below steps

1. Try to start the service with default administrator rights
2. Go to C drive (OS installed drive) and check permissions of users
Authenticated user/Owner/Administrator
3.Run Sfc /scannow
4. Try system restore
5.Reinstall all DLL / or repair your OS (You won't loss any data)
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