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System Notification Sevice, W7 Starter

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Puzzled001 | 12:11 Sat 11th Jan 2020 | Technology
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Hi, My ASUS Eee pc, netbook, running W7 starter, has started to boot up in Safe mode with window stating 'cannot connect to System Notification Service. I have tried the following 'fixes' to no avail,
1, Window+R key, services.msc> Enter, r/click sys notification service > properties, change to 'automatic' >apply>ok.restart
2,Windows+R key cmd in run box Press Shift,Ctrl & Enter together. Type netsh winsock reset >Enter, Restart.
Any advice much appreciated, i'm not really a techie !!
Could this be something to do with Windows no longer supporting W7?
Should I alter to' disabled in properties in fix one or click 'stop the service'

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The second method you've tried looks the right one to me, except that you should be using it with a command prompt 'run as administrator', which I don't think Windows+R will achieve.

Try this way:

Click the Start button.

Type cmd into the box.

You'll see 'cmd' appear again, in the results panel above the search box. RIGHT-click on that entry and select 'Run as administrator'.

If you see a User Account Control box asking you to allow changes to your computer, click on Yes.

Type netsh winsock reset

Press Enter.

Restart.
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Hi Chris (?), thanks for reply, I have run the 'fix' as you've stated,-twice,- but still get the same message and the light coloured start box and task bar, as in 'safe' mode. The pc is working ok but is a little slower than usual.
Once again thanks for your help.
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just an update, I don't know why but I tried right clicking on Windows Update, 'run as administrator' clicked yes in notification box and after update box said all up to date I did a restart, seems to have cleared the problem.
Thanks for the info. I'm glad you got there in the end!

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