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not booting after windows updates

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updated pc with windows updates now i can't get unto desktop

it ytakes very long to reach the username menu and when i reach there and i enter it

i get Windows could not connect to the System Event Notification Service service.

and i cant log on

what can i do???? i am using windows vista
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by:Chris Millard
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Can you use F8 during boot to select the last known good configuration, OR boot from a Windows Vista CD, choose the Repair Your Computer option and then perform a system restore?
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i fixed it on my own.... i had to log on as an admin and then enable the service and all its dependencies and it fixed the problem...

thanks
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by:slingingshot15
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i found the solution through doing a google search
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