The web site was mentioned in PC Gamer Magazine, 2008 Edition of the PC Builder’s Bible on page 86. Thanks PC Gamer!
The web site connectivity has been spastic at best, the last few weeks. All due to a flaky modem power supply. All is up and running smoothly again and I appreciate everyone’s continued support as I worked through this most recent issue.
If you are using Firefox, IE 7 or any other browser that supports the :hover pseudo-class on table rows, you will now be able to mouse over the service configuration tables and each row will highlight. I have been wanting to do that for so long… and it was such an easy change. 🙂 Enjoy!
The network connectivity issue has came back. As such, connectivity issues may result for the next couple of days. Rest assured that I am working on the issue. XP Pro x64 (64-bit) Custom Services Registry File Tool is back online. XP Pro x64 (64-bit) Service Configuration defaults are verified and correct.
The network connectivity should be fixed and all is up and running again. A modem replacement was required. I appreciate your patience as I worked through this issue.
I am experiencing intermittent connectivity issues to my ISP. The issue should be resolved within 4 hours (hopefully).
I have included the “Service Name (Registry) value for the XP and Vista service configuration pages tables to assist international users in translation.
More work on the XP Pro x64 (64-bit) service information has been completed. Still some additional updates needed to be done, but what I have is a good start. 🙂