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23 Nov 2010  
SteveH

Win7-64 (Pro)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chev65 View Post
Once you disable those services all bets are off on the network sharing being functional until all your required networking services are all enabled and set to automatic.

You shot yourself in the foot by doing that and disabling those services doesn't do much to improve system performance.

The reason that file and printer sharing isn't staying on is because you disabled the service it requires.
I'm having a similar problem, every time I try to turn on a service i can't because a dependant service isn't already running. Any command to "Start all services"?
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