I got struck by a nasty virus attack the other day. The virus is now gone but the damage remains. A ton of Services were disabled or changed, and the Event Viewer is full of errors I'm slowly trying to fix. My latest issue: According to the Event Viewer error logs, the "Net.msmq service stopped" (set to Automatic), resulting in four other startup errors. But when I try to enable it, it says "dependency service does not exist or is marked for deletion". The "Dependencies" tab says it has "No dependencies". ??? What "dependency"? I checked my Services and find nothing significant disabled. A search online says I need to restore the contents of the "\Windows\system32\inetsrv\" folder. Mine is empty, and according to an old backup, always has been. Any idea from anyone on how I get "Net.msmq" working again? PS: Significant other errors remain. The computer won't power off or reboot after a Shutdown or Restart, and both of my optical drives are disabled in the Device Manager and refuse to be enabled.