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Wednesday, April 6, 2016
KILLING A WINDOWS SERVICE THAT IS KEEP ON "STOPPING"
Find out the Service Name
To do this, go in to services and double click on the service which has stuck. Make a note of the “Service Name”.
Find out the PID of the service
Open an elevated command prompt and type in:
sc queryex servicename
is the name of the service you obtained from Step 1.)
Make note of the PID
Kill the PID
From the same command prompt type in:
taskkill /f /pid [PID]
Where [PID] is the service number.
If it is successful you should receive the following message:
SUCCESS: The process with PID XXXX has been terminated.
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