You will need
- - Computer with Windows XP.
The following explains several ways to enable services in Windows XP. The first method is as follows. Click on the icon "My computer" right-click. A context menu will appear, in which select "Manage". A window will open "computer Management". On the right side, find "Services and applications" and click on it, double left mouse click. In the next window, select "Service", also by clicking on it twice with the left mouse button.
Displays a list of all services. In the list find the one you want to launch and click on it with the left mouse button. In the left window appear the selected description service. Click the right mouse button. Then in the context menu select "Run". Then close all Windows. Restart your computer, and your chosen service will be launched.
If you know the name of the service that you want to run, you'd better use the second method because it's faster. Click "Start". Select "All programs", then - "Standard program". In the default programs click on "Command prompt".
At the command prompt you can activate the service to start. To do this, type the command Sc config start= enable, and then press Enter. A second later a notification will appear on the launch of your chosen service. After that, close command prompt and restart the computer. If there is a notification that the entered command is not an internal or external command, operable program or file, it means that you incorrectly entered the service name.
For some services, your account needs to have administrator rights, otherwise you will not be able to run it. To learn more about services you can use the command Sc.exe you want to type in the command line.