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I have one pc with service not available"sapdp00"

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In my 8 year career I never had problem using "services" file in "c:\windows\service32\drivers\etc".

However there is an XP machine (with regular connection to network) with problem "service not available"sapdp00". It is like this settings come from somewhere else. I tried with search for "services" butunsuccessfully

The "service" file is copied from my XP machine where everything is functionning in same network. How could I trace where the problem is?

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there are known viruses or applications that changes the services file path. MS-Messenger 7.50 did that in the past.

check if SAP not 882741 applied to you.

if not, copy the services file from another PC and see if this helps.