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Netsvcs deleted plsss help

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    Geushvs

    Netsvcs deleted plsss help


    Hello i acidentally deleted netcvs in reg edit and i did not back up my files and know i cant use anything. Even if i try to put it in as use as an administrator... Pls HELP

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    Do a System Restore to before you made the deletion. System Restore - How to Do in Windows 8
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    Geushvs


    I cant because it says the dependency service or group failed to start everytime i click on system restore
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    I find no instance of netcvs in the registry of my Windows 8.1 X64 system. Did you mistype the name?

    Found 200+ for netsvcs.

    You can do a Repair install to corret this. You can create a install DVD or Flash drive following Option One here:

    Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 ISO - Download or Create

    Then follow these directions: Repair Install Windows 8
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    Geushvs


    Yeah i spelled it wrong its netscvs that i delwted from reg edit
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    You mean netsvcs, right? In any case, there are too many entries in the registry to try to fix so your best bet is to do the Repair Install as I mentioned.
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