Quote: Originally Posted by lrm537
Nothing seems to be working, I'm now getting a different message.
What do you suggest now eh? Come on, somebody must know what to do.
Thank for trying, any more ideas? I'd love to hear 'em.
Take a look in the "Dependencies" tab for the Security Center service. Note that it is dependent upon the RPC service and a couple of others. These serivices will have to be running before Security Center will start, so check them as well. Also, don't set it to automatic... it needs to be on Automatic Delayed Start... again because these other services have to be running first.
Windows Services are highly interdependant. It is rare that you can simply shut down a Service without secondary consequences to your system. When adjusting services you should always check dependencies before you do anything.