Some Windows 10 users complain of a problem they encounter when they try to change the status of a service on their computer. On affected computers, whenever a user tries to start, stop or pause a service, an error message is displayed: "Error 1053: The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion. ". If you are facing a similar type of problem, look for these solutions.
Fix-1 Edit Registry Editor-
Editing the Registry Editor will fix this problem on your computer.
1. In the beginning, what you need to do is press the 'Tasto Windows + R ' keys together on your computer.
2. Now type "regedit"In that window and then click"all right".
Before moving on to the main solution, we suggest you create a registry backup. In case something goes wrong, you can import the backup into the original registry. Follow the steps below to do that:
3 inch Registry Editor window, click "Fillet"And then click"Export".
4. Choose a safe location to save it and name the backup as "Original disc".
5. Next, set the 'Export range' to "All". Then, to save this backup, click on “Save"option.
6. In the Registry Editor window, go to this location-
7. On the right side of the Registry Editor window, right-click and then click "New>"And then click"Valore DWORD (32 bit)".
8. Name the new key as "ServicesPipeTimeout".
9. Double click over it "ServicesPipeTimeout“To change your valuable data.
10. In the Edit DWORD (32-bit) Value window, click "Hexadecimal”To configure the base.
11. Now, enter "180000“Like the 'Valuable data:'. Click on "all right”To save the changes on your computer.
Close Registry Editor window.
Restart computer to make the changes take effect.
After restarting, try resuming, pausing, or stopping the problematic service on your computer.
Fix-2 Scan SFC and DISM-
1. To open an overhead Window System Symbol, type "cmd”In the Look for box next to the Windows icon.
2. Now press “Ctrl + Shift + Enter” together.
3. To perform an SFC scan and a DISM scan, copy paste these commands one by one and press Pay in to execute these commands.
sfc / scannow
DISM / Online / Cleanup Image / RestoreHealth
Both commands are time-consuming processes.
Once done, close the Command Prompt window.
Restart computer to complete the scanning process.
Your problem should be solved.