Stop a hung service



From: Majed Mohammed Al Jetele <MAlJetele@bankalbilad.com>;
To:
Subject: Stop a hung service
Sent: Mon, May 6, 2013 10:25:22 AM

If you ever have trouble with a service being stuck in a 'starting' or 'stopping' state, you can run a couple of simple commands to kill the service.

1.

Query the process

To kill the service you have to know its PID or Process ID. To find this just type the following in at a command prompt:

sc queryex servicename 
<Enter>

Replace 'servicename' with the services registry name. For example: Print Spooler is spooler. (See Picture)

2.

Identify the PID

After running the query you will by presented with a list of details. You will want to locate the PID. (Highlighted)

3.

Run the Taskkill command

Now that you have the PID, you can run the following command to kill the hung process:

taskkill /f /pid [PID] 
<Enter>

This will force kill the hung service. (See Picture)

 



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