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DHCP Client &Windows Audio are stopped on start up


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Hi guys I just joined and am hoping to resolve an issue.I don't know if it was malware or what,but for the passed few weeks everytime I reboot the system starts without the to items started in Services.Everything is on automatic,I checked the dependencies everything on system,don't know the key Value for the DHCP Client or for the other one,I tried a !Default_XP_Pro_SP3_Start_v300 little reg reset script to no avail.It's driving me nuts and not for a lack of reading.I really don't want to reinstall XP just for this.Please help out in any way and thanks in advance.
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Try System Restore first.
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I unfortunately don't have that option anymore,last cleaning I did I disabled the restore option and after the cleaning was done and re-enabled it the restore points weren't there anymore.It's just so weird that after each boot I have to go to services and start the two processes.There has got to be a registry issue,I just haven't found the answer yet.So any help would be appreciated.
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Make sure to set them to Automatic.
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They are on automatic.
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And they still fail to start? Try starting your machine with only microsoft services enabled. From the Run line type msconfig > startup tab > Check hide microsoft services > disable all > reboot.
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My problem is that they don't fail to start,I just have to go to services and click on start to get them going even though they should boot as started automatically as they are set to..
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Never mind I did a repair with the XP pro disc(not console)and all's well ,it must have been that something in the registry got changed after the cleaning with either Adware or Malwarebytes etc.Thanks
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