Every now and then, while working with Windows Vista and Windows 7, the operating system may give you the following error message: “Host Process for Windows Services Has Stopped Working”. This error points to svchost.exe and rasmans.dll_unloaded and despite it is still unclear why it is triggered, here is a nice workaround to fix it.
- Click Start.
- In the Search bar, type Task Scheduler and press Enter.
- On the left pane, click on Task Scheduler Library, Microsoft, Windows, RAC.
- Now, click the View Menu and tick Show Hidden Tasks.
- In the middle pane, right click on RACTask and click Disable.
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