HI real deal,
From what I've learned @ Blackviper is that if your services are ever disabled you can never turn them back on.
I don't know where @ Black Viper's site you read that, please share as I can't imagine such being said, and would for all other reader's like to point out that this is totally incorrect .
Maybe you have missread something, or miss stated your experience.
We all love to share info and learn, if you could re-visit this thread, real deal
and give a bit further info would be much appreciated. i.e. the statement @ Black Viper's where all services cannot be resumed, and the Registry fix which restored your services.
Note: Microsoft BootVis forces ProcessIdleTasks to run before it profiles your system, which is why people think BootVis optimizes your system's boot speed (BootVis itself does not optimize your system at all).From MSDN: "The file placement optimization, which is done no more often than once every three days, is an example of a task that is carried out when the system is deemed to be idle.
I tried running Bootvis
System Restore and other features of Windows XP also attempt to defer some work until the system is deemed to be idle. There are also some done-once-after-setup work items that also operate under the Idle Task Scheduling mechanisms.
All of these "idle tasks" are controllable by a system API in advapi32.dll: ProcessIdleTasks.
The API's sole purpose is to allow benchmarks a simple way to force any pending idle tasks to be executed immediately, without having to wait a lengthy period of time."We all love to share info and learn, if you could re-visit this thread real deal and give a bit further info would be much appreciated. i.e. the statement @ Black Viper's where all services cannot be resumed, and the Registry fix which restored your services.
Glad to hear that you have fixed your problem !