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How Do I Change This

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#1 weenie1


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Posted 04 January 2006 - 07:27 PM

suppose to set this to manual and start...but...will not start....get error message..2147024894...now what????

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Posted 04 January 2006 - 11:06 PM

top google response "error (your number)

The asterisk means it's a windows system error. Step one.

second response, same google search:

It seems it is a registry error. In this case probably "funky" software did it to the registry. Step two.

About background intelligent transfer service itself: step three

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Hmmm, it seems windows updates won't work with this disfunctional.
1. it's a favorite target of malware authors since no updates=no defense against their particular crap
2. might be a flaw that exists in non-genuine windows OS copies, now that MS is taking action(s)

Summarizing steps 1-3:

The registry is probably not allowing the normal action, and this could be caused by one or more of a few things: bad software, bad malware, or a system file redirection for another reason.

So, rather than say the answer is to go into your registry and make a correction,
best thing to do would be:

1. try setting it to automatic, not manual.
See if it will allow the change.
Then reboot and see if the change "held".

One way is to try this:
start > control panel > administrative services > computer management > services & applications > services. Click on BITS, then from the context menu choose properties ( rt.click > properties)

General tab ... confirm this is the path ... C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs

Then where it now says "manual", choose the dropdown item "automatic", then "apply" & finally "OK".

Do a reboot and repeat to see what happened, then test whatever gave you the error in the first place.

I'd likely try a windows update visit, too.

2. If problems or compromises still exist, post a HJT log, we can rule out malware, or discover it
by analysis and you can correct what is causing that problem.

Read the pinned post under forum guidelines here, and follow all directions, please:


Let us know of anything that you discover or learn ...
patiently patrolling, plenty of persisant pests n' problems ...

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