Windows XP Services

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Windows XP boot failure
Just a simple question, there are some pc's in my office Windows Services that don't start even though it is suppose to be as below Status = Started Start up Type = Automatic If I manually start the service, after a restart on the pc, the services will not start again..One example of Services that need to start is "Computer Browser". Any idea why it don't start?

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Windows XP

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The last computer that I had with services not starting like yours was caused by a malicious program. Several on-line antivirus scanners and Malwarebytes ran clean but after I ran ComboFix, the problem was resolved.
You might want to consider running ComboFix.

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  • carlosdl
    Is there something in the event logs ?
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  • jinteik
    Hi Carlos, it only shows 7036 and 7035 and checking on Microsoft website it says it is a normal condition and requires no further action. Hi Dwiebesick, I will try combofix and see if I can find anything. I will update once again Thanks guys for helping me out
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