Dependency Tab Missing From All Services - Windows XP

Posted on 2012-08-29
Last Modified: 2012-09-13
PC running Windows XP SP3 - the Dependency tab is missing from all Services. Possible solution given was to start the Windows Management Instrumentation service. However, this made no difference.
Question by:laurencoull
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    laurencoull--Perhaps of help.
    See the very last post here

    Also are you sure Windows Management Instrumentation  is installed?

    And if it is installed, you may want uninstall and reinstall.  See next to last post here.

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