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redcrypt

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I went into msconfig and under selective startup unchecked everything and rebooted. When it came back up the bar on the bottom where the start button is was a different color and know hardly anything works. I went back to msconfig and rechecked everything and rebooted and nothing so i then checked normal startup and nothing. everything in services section under msconfig is checked but some of it says stopped and disabled. I also went into services.msc and over half the stuff is diabled. I started to set everything to automatic and start it but it doesnt seem to help. I get error 1068 - The dependency service or group failed to start. I also get an error message that says Configuration manager - The plug and play service or another required service is not available.
I cant get on the internet but i just now looked up that i can turn on the plug and play through help and support, ill go home and try this. Not sure what to do if it fails, should i try to do a repair using my OS disc?
My network connections is empty as well as my device manager and maybe some others.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Try to restore the system to a date before the problem started. To restore: click Start > all programs > accessories > system tools > system restore. Choose "restore my computer to an earlier time" and choose the last date before the problem started.
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yeah i dont have any times before when it happened
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nevermind i fixed it, just set everything that was disabled to automatic and the plug and play finally was able to start, then started my themes and got my color back
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