Some services stop automatically if they have no work to do.

Sometimes it happens that you go and try to start any service and it gives you a nice message that "Some services stop automatically if they have no work to do.....".

There could be multiple reasons that this could happen..
1. The service crashed during startup.
2. Dependent service crashed/not started.
3. The service is not implemented properly.

In such scenario you can try following things:
1. Look at the event logs, if you find some error related to your service then try to resolve that.
2. Restart your machine in Safe mode, set the service properties as automatic and try to start the service. Sometimes this helps.
3. Try to completely uninstall and reinstall the service.


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