›› What should I do if my Windows Services keep crashing?

Typically, the root cause for service crashes are bugs or glitches in the system. It is also possible for hackers to get into your system and turn off your services or produce bugs that effectually cause your services to crash. Unfortunately, it is not within the scope of this website to be able to diagnose and fix any bugs you may be experiencing with a particular service. If you are concerned about your services crashing, the best course of action to take is to get service monitoring software, such as Service Hawk, that can monitor your services for you and automatically restart them and notify you if they should go down. This way, you will always be informed of a service failure, and can act right away to fix the bug or glitch in the system that caused the failure in the first place. For example, if you own a small ISP, imagine the clients and money lost if your World Wide Web Publishing service crashes and you are not aware of it. The first step in fixing the problem is to know that a problem exists.


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