Hello term1n4tor and welcome to Seven Forums.
Most of the people on this Forum who have been working with Windows 7 since it was in Beta (before it was released to the general public) do not recommend using 3rd party tools such as Advanced System Care. They usually cause more problems than they solve. It's not a question of if they will cause problems, but when. (This not a criticism but just the advice of several Microsoft MVPs who volunteer their time and expertise on this Forum.)
I'd try restoring your computer to a date/time prior to when the services problem appeared. System Restore
When you ran SFC, did it find any integrity violations? If it did, I'd run it again (from an elevated command prompt) and if it still finds violations, run it 3 time and reboot the computer after each scan. SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker
If this fails to get your services to at least default configuration, I'd seriously consider a repair install. It will attempt to fix your currently installed Windows 7 and preserve your user accounts, data, programs, system drivers
, etc. If successful you'd have to visit Windows Updates and reinstall your updates. The repair should take about an hour or so while the updates may take longer. Repair Install
I'm also "assuming" you did a full malware scan using your own installed product as well as a few on demand scans with free products like Malwarebytes, ESET Online Scanner, HitmanPro, etc.