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I made a mistake, I think, in SERVICES.MSC. I took some advice to disable a
number of services that are not system critical. I have a DELL 4550 and am
not on a network. I get the "Subject" message when I turnoff or restart the
computer. Is this message critical.

I would appreciate some advice.

Thanks
 
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Go to Start > Run and type: MSCONFIG , and hit enter.
Under the General tab, check "Normal Startup - load all device drivers and services",
click "apply" and reboot.

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"Mike D" wrote:

| I made a mistake, I think, in SERVICES.MSC. I took some advice to disable a
| number of services that are not system critical. I have a DELL 4550 and am
| not on a network. I get the "Subject" message when I turnoff or restart the
| computer. Is this message critical.
|
| I would appreciate some advice.
|
| Thanks
 

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Well, Good Question ....
This problem occur because of a windows service ..
Usually .. If this service failed to start, windows shows this message.
That service is "WebClient"

To start that service follow these steps..

start >> Run >> type "services.msc"
In services.msc double click on WebClient
Hit Start button to start the service. And Set its start type to "Automatic"

Close services.msc and check for that message.
Source(s):
http://www.ratnayesu.blogspot.com/
 
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