Reply Thanks! I trouble shoot all of the BITS alternatives, but I always get the message "Windows could not start the BITS service on local computer. I found it at a lot of places places in which the word %SystemRoot% had been changed to %fystemRoot%. Kev Reply Mark R says: October 13, 2009 at 5:58 am Every step was a success. check my blog
Reply Cynthia says: May 31, 2009 at 4:30 pm Step 5 says to open a command prompt. This worked for me - Windows 7 64 bit - thanks Roeeb! MarkR Reply Chris A. I just cannot pay for a fix at this time.
This feature is not available right now. It basically acts as a download manager for Windows Update and other services by being able to resume from broken or partial downloads. Thanks so much!
Reply Roz says: August 12, 2010 at 3:46 am I don't know for sure which step did it, or if it was the whole process, but I have BITS running again!! Reply T-man says: February 16, 2010 at 10:55 pm Bits works fine now Thanks! Hope you can read my crappy enghlish and maybe able to use this info! Background Intelligent Transfer Service Disable You won't happen to have the registry file available anymore would you?
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tesher07, Jul 23, 2012 #2 pwillener MajorGeek Try if this can fixit: http://fixitcenter.support.microsoft.com/ pwillener, Jul 23, 2012 #3 tesher07 Private E-2 Ended up finding a fix online. Windows Could Not Start The Background Intelligent Transfer Service On Local Computer Also, I had an error registering qmgr.dll. hey mndbank please help John Daney says: 8 years ago Great post! BITS is set on automatic but will not start.
Now to solve this issue you need to re-create that service manually to work as default. OK, now that I've got that out of my system, I have to say that this has been one heck of a problem to solve, and that the search-ability of this Bits Repair Tool For Windows 7 To do with malware. Bits Repair Tool For Windows 7 For X64-based Systems I can see the service but can not start it (it is set to automatic (delayed start).
If it doesn't start successfully, just continue with the next step :) Step 1: Open services.msc and check that the following services are set to start Manual or Automatic: Terminal Services Worked as promised!! I Love you! Reply palehorse says: February 9, 2009 at 6:17 am Harry, I don't know about your error specifically. Bits Service Missing Windows 7 64
Reading through this fine article by Mike I quickly realized just how many things can go wrong with BITS. Amy help? I disabled that particular GPO setting, then I'm able to start the service on the XP systems in question… Reply Mick says: April 30, 2011 at 3:34 pm #5 worked for http://gatoisland.com/windows-7/bits-error-2-windows-xp.php I had spent a couple of days searching for an answer and I had tried numerous suggestions until stumbling on this site.
Everything is back to normal and good to go. Bits Repair Tool Windows 10 Reply tipifire says: May 21, 2008 at 9:44 pm Worked very well, thanks Reply Matt Walker says: October 23, 2008 at 4:10 pm This was a fantastic and quick help, as Again, go through the list of services and make sure all of the following are set to Automatic or Manual: Terminal Services, Remote Procedure Call (RPC), System Event Notification, Windows Management
THX!! Please help! aj says: 5 years ago Thanks I was able to start BITS. Background Intelligent Transfer Service Windows 8 Working...
I can't reload windows because I have a very old program ('93!) with many accounts on it and I could never recover the data if I wiped it clean, as I did you unregister first ? Reply Scott says: June 27, 2009 at 4:40 pm I tried everything you suggest and still not able to perform a MS Windows update. http://gatoisland.com/windows-7/bits-error-2-windows-7.php I am giving you a proper guide to fix that problem, Please follow the below steps.
Only until a few days ago did I run into a problem with BITS where the article didn't help. Eli the Computer Guy 296,187 views 1:04:17 Windows Update Cannot Currently Check For Updates And Update Service Is Missing/Permission FIX - Duration: 9:52. Opened regedit on sick machine and imported the key and all was fine. Please help.
crusty210 says: 7 years ago @acraiger : That worked!! Step five solved my problem. I was getting error 2 just FYI… Thanks! Reply palehorse says: January 18, 2009 at 9:03 am Gerry, I simply downloaded the registry file from the site linked to above.
I know were to look 1st next time. I changed the two entries and BITS started working. All I needed to do was step 2. Also, if you switch to Vista, you cannot switch back to XP.
Not very informative and, unfortunately, searching for that event ID and other bits of information was not very fruitful. Reply Anthon Kot says: June 9, 2010 at 8:12 pm Many Thanks, Step 5 fixed my BITS issue!! My name is Aseem Kishore and I work as a Systems Analyst in Dallas, TX. Thank you so much.
I love it! In this case, one of my computers had gotten a bad virus and in the process of cleaning it, the BITS service just disappeared from the list of services. http://www.itexperience.net/2009/03/01/fix-the-ba… Chonger says: 6 years ago Thanks for this post. In fact, when using the "Daney link," I get the following for steps 4 & 5: msxml.ddl & iniitpki.ddl could not be found; "The module 'qmgr.ddl' was loaded but the entry-point