Disabling Services in Recovery Console

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How to disable services using Recovery Console

If you’re having problems starting your server after upgrading hardware in it, and you can’t boot to Safe Mode, you may have to use the Recovery Console to gain access to your machine to repair it. This sometimes happens because of a bad driver or misconfigured service, and if you think it might be a service that’s causing the problem, then you need to know how to disable services from the command line Recovery Console. Here’s how:

Type listsvc to list the services and drivers on your machine, and make a note of the name of the service or driver you want to disable.

Type disable service_name to change the Startup Type of the service to Disabled.

Now try booting your system normally to see if it works. ')}

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