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how to delete entries in services?


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Wiz

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i know there's a possiblity to delete some services, but i forgot what the dos-command was. "delserv <servicename>" or something similar..

can someone help me remember again? thanks in advance.
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you can use hijackthis, i think thats the program, and in the utilities part you can delete a file on reboot, and delete a windows service. be careful in doing so though, before doing that make a checkpoint in system restore to be sure and safe
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