Having read Windows Secrets and Fred Langa's wonderful columns for years, a recurring statement is that If one changes a Startup Type in the Services box (from the Run section of the Windows Start) in Windows 2000 Professional, or any other Windows, that we can simply return to the Services Tree and then Re-Start the affected Name of the program. Well, this hasn't worked for us, because we are unable to Re-Start some of the Services to their Started Status, again. They just don't respond. What did we do wrong?
Any help or Ideas as to how to work around this recent Problem? (We don't have the original CD for Windows 2000 Professional, by the way.) We believe with you superbly knowledgeable computer folks, that someone will have an answer for how we get a few of the programs, like the Printer and Camera, Re-Started in the Services tree box, again.
Thanks for your assistance.