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<mailman.1020.1147887328.16885.autoseq at net.bio.net> on Wed, 17 May 2006,
Paul Shinn <shinn at salk.edu> penned the following literary masterpiece:
>When I install Collection after that and try to start up
>collection, after rebooting and logging in, I get a message that one or
>more services has not started.
Never used the 3700 or it's software but it is possible that various
bits are now no longer set to autostart as a service when the computer
Make a note of the service name, if it gives one, then as administrator
to the computer go to control panel, open administrative tools then
Go down the list and see if your names are there. If so I bet it/they
say(s) Startup type is manual. Right click on each name and select
properties and alter Startup type on the General tab to automatic or in
the first instance just start them. If the 3700 software will now run
you can go back and change them to automatic.
If the service is not there then it means the software has not installed
them and there is nothing I can suggest further other than an engineer
or a user that knows what to do.
I love deadlines. I especially like the whooshing noise they make as
they go flying by.