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I know I spend most of MY day researching errors on Google as well. (PS - why not throw me a bone and click an ad on my site, like My drive is fairly small - 30 GB and it hangs on Stage 4 for hours without increasing its 'percentage finished' number.I have another question about SFC that I cannot seem The other computer can "see" me but I cannot see them.I have found that although in services.msc my local computer browser setting is set to automatic, it is off and the Friday, November 06, 2009 6:48 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Hi Sumadartson, Sorry for the later reply. So possibly it's because that some system files Source
I was able to resolve for good by removing and reinstall the Microsoft Client for Networking and I was back in business. Just adding my big ol' "Thank You!" to all the others here.After spending over 20 hours and 2 days beating my brains out over this nightmare, you helped me greatly.That having This problem also caused a logon issue for the machine.The netlogon service requires the workstation service to be running therefore if a user's password has changed or they have not logged After check all above situations that were not my case.I replace Rdbss.sys and mrxsmb.sys file.Wow! https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/msonline/en-US/b101ced4-479e-4457-96b1-809ecf643c63/workstation-service-cannot-start-under-windows-2003-server-enterprise-x64?forum=winservergen
The work around was to uninstall and re-install all the networking components. I, too, had the Client for MS Networks and File and Printer Sharing deinstalled for security reasons.When I tried to access the "Member Of" tab for my user account (using Administrative Still going strong! With Server and Workstation service both running, you should now be able to start Computer Browser and any other services that were dependent on them.
I have compared the DLL files on c:\windows\system32\drivers with the other cluster node, and all files are the same. It doesn't seem to be related to clustering. After I reboot Uninstalling and reinstalling the Client for Microsoft Networks and File and Printer Sharing fixed this issue fairly quickly. Privacy statement © 2017 Microsoft. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/226317-46-server-workstation-drivers-fail-start Join the Community!
Thanks! 3/22/2006 9:43 AM Anonymous said... Running the System File Checker did the trick for me. 0 Pimiento OP Dave640 Jan 16, 2012 at 12:45 UTC 1st Post mrxsmb service is probably missing. there A very useful piece of information. But in my experience, i was missing both Workstation and Server dlls and all of the machines that had the problem.
But if I then manually stop it, it will refuse to start giving me Event ID 5727 again.Any more ideas ? None of the steps to resolve worked in my case but, without your guidance it would have taken much longer to resolve cleanly, muc less have to deal with a wipe Jan 11, 2005 Problem starting Server and Workstation services after installing Great Plains Edit : August 2011- This post is over 6 years old and it's the most popular post I've Thank you!!! 8/19/2015 11:32 AM Mark Gallaher said...
in removing the virus it removed the dll and once the comp was restarted no workstation service no network browsing. http://nerdwideweb.com/cannot-load/cannot-load-rdr-driver.html Hi Jason,Just finished a 7.5 to 8.0 upgrade and lost some sleep over the same problem. The title is - Error 1068 "The specified file cannot be found" and the Workstation Service Does Not Start After Installing or Updating Great Plains (869971). Still getting dozens of hits per day.
Nearly 100 comments! Errors in System event viewer. But then i ran into the exact same problem on a few workstations at a clients site that i was just working on. http://nerdwideweb.com/cannot-load/windows-cannot-load-the-device-driver-for-this-hardware-code-39-keyboard.html Thank you.
The following registry entries for each were missing: hklm\system\currentcontrolset\services\mup, hklm\system\currentcontrolset\services\mrxsmb, hklm\system\currentcontrolset\services\rdpss These all support of the Windows “Client for Microsoft Networks” and “File and Print Services”. This 10 year old post got me back online (August 2015 now)! Then ran a full scan with “Malwarebytes”.
Your page helped get the server to boot and run properly.
X6x Tablet ↳ ThinkPad X2/X3/X4x Series incl. thanks for the help! 5/30/2008 2:11 AM Sunnie said... Here's a bizarre one. Dude u saved a life.
c. linney (TechnicalUser) 21 Jan 10 13:44 Have you tried System Restore to before the problem first occurred?These mention a number of .dll that might need to be "registered".Snap-in Creation Failed.thread779-1045257: Snap-in