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smiles4you

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I keep receiving this error message when I try to start some programs, most recently Malwarebytes Premium. I've tried checking into the dependency programs for Malwarebytes by right clicking on Task Scheduler in Services but get a pop up telling me that's not working either. Please advise and thank you for your help.


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Please reset Windows services startup type to there default startup type with the batch script i have created download link is below.

 

"Restore Windows Services To Default Startup Settings"

https://www.dost-tec...c.php?f=10&t=46


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I'm sorry I'm afraid that I don't understand what this means?  

 

Execute the batch script as a administrator by right clicking the batch script file and select Run as administrator from the context menu.

 

Can you please explain it in simpler terms.

 

Thank you


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Right click the batch script and click Run as administrator from the context menu.

 

8946d1348462958-run-administrator-window


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Im sorry for the long delay in replying back, I've been in the hospital. Thank you for the further explanation and for fixing my problem. Peace to you and yours!!!!


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Thank you for letting us know your issue has been resolved.

 

 

Take Care!


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