As per the user reported, the service control manager event ID 7000 error prevents the software services from starting on Windows 10. In addition to this, this error also slows down the overall performance of the device. So, to find out the culprit behind this error, you can check the logs of Event Viewer.
Recently, many Windows 10 PC users have encountered Service Removal Manager Event ID 7001, 7000, 7009, 7023, 7030, 7031, and 7034, which prevents Windows from starting as well as third-party computer applications. Facing this precious error, Windows 10 is really causing trouble as it can crash your loopback computer/device.
This thread has been fixed. You can subscribe to a question or vote it as helpful, but you just can’t reply in this thread. Event ID 7000 is logged when a service fails to start due to missing or corrupted service offering related files or other computer software/driver preventing the service from starting properly.
Some Windows 10 users are reporting that their event viewer is full of timeout errors with event ID 7009 (was reached while waiting for Lights Out connection). These errors usually occur immediately after the download process is complete.
If event ID 7011 is also logged for this service, extending that service’s timeout to correct the occurrence of ID 7011 will also fix some errors. If event ID 7034 is also logged for this service, restoring the service’s defaults to resolve event ID 7034 may resolve this error.
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