Services - Restore Default Services in Windows 7

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    nurnizawati said:
    Very very usefull and easy to repairing Registery in win 7 thanks to Admin and those who make this solution to repairing win 7 registery it great and very very great work .Keep it up. Hope this solution can be remain in this forum to help other in repairing Win 7 registery problem . Thanks
    You're most welcome nurnizawati, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)
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    Wow, I always wonder if a post like this existed online, I am going to bookmark this! This is a very good share :)
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    Hi Shawn,

    I've just register to the forum to say thank you Shawn for all the great tout that you provide.
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  4. Posts : 70,928
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    You're most welcome Nissim, and welcome to Seven Forums. I'm glad that they are able to help. :)
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    Brink said:
    You're most welcome Nissim, and welcome to Seven Forums. I'm glad that they are able to help. :)
    Only help? well they put me where I'm working now or at least helped allot to be their, assistant to Admin network and It support, 130 pc's on a company. I can tell you one thing people that learn in university admin net don't know half of what you provide.

    what can I say just again many thanks.
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    Hello,
    I've encountered some problems with my Bluetooth Device Monitor service which was taking too long to start and the whole PC was unsuseble about 30 minutes after system boot.
    In my looking for solution I came across this thread, saw "all" windows services and deleted the Bluetooth Device Monitor service with the "sc delete" command. Unfortunately, this service is not here to download. Can some provide this service as the .reg file?
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    Hello Mir, and welcome to Seven Forums.

    I don't have that service to upload to you. However, you could also do a system restore using a restore point (if available) dated before you deleted the service to restore it.

    Hope this helps, :)
    Shawn
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    Thx for your replay. Using restore point is kind of problem. Got it disabled because of small SSD used as system disk. Need to solve this problem but frankly I don't know where to start.
    I uninstalled bluetooth drivers and all bluetooth hardware and reinstalled it again and the service is back but so is the problem. Service is stuck in Starting state and it f*cks up the whole system. Can't run Network and Sharing Center, Power Options and basicaly no system settings. I get only empty explorer window.
    Problem persist around 30 minutes than computer disconnects itself from the net and started Bluetooth Support Service and followingly even Bluetooth Device monitor. Everything works perfectly till this moment to next restart.

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    You might see if changing the "Bluetooth Device monitor" service to either be "Automatic (Delayed start)" or "Manual" may work better.
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  10. Posts : 5
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       #29

    Firstly was problem to change the type of startup and change to Automatic (delayed start) was no effect but after uninstall bluetooth drivers deleteing devices from the device manager somehow make this solution to work. So for now - it works! But still, I'm kind of curious about what caused this problem.
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