A. A. Each of the main 3 values and their contents are described below.
This is used if the service fails to startup upon boot.
|0x00||If this driver can't be loaded or started ignore the problem and display no error|
|0x01||If the driver fails produce a warning but let bootup continue|
|0x02||Panic. If the current config is last known good continue, if not switch to last known good|
|0x03||Record the current startup as a failure. If this is last known good run diagnostic, if not switch to last known good and reboot|
This defines when in the boot sequence the service should be started. You can also set these by using the Services control panel applet.
|0x00||Boot||The kernel loaded will load this driver first as its needed to use the boot volume device|
|0x01||System||This is loaded by the I/O subsystem|
|0x02||Autoload||The service is always loaded and run|
|0x03||Manual||This service does not start automatically and must be manually started by the user|
|0x04||Disabled||The service is disabled and should not be started|
This defines the kind of service or driver. They are loaded in the following order down the list.
|0x01||Kernel-mode device driver|
|0x02||Kernel-mode device driver that implements the file system|
|0x04||Information used by the Network Adapter|
|0x10||A Win32 service that should be run as a stand-alone process|
|0x20||A Win32 service that can share address space with other services of the same type|