There are numerous variations of the error message ranging from issues in Windows services to custom services not being able to launch
Some of the reasons are listed below:
Timeout settings: Windows, by default, has a timeout setting which if not met by applications, forces them to abort and close. If the service which you are trying to launch takes much longer to respond, then it will be killed.
Here, by changing the timeout setting by manipulating the registry, may help fix.
Missing DLL file: Another instance of the error occurs when you have a missing DLL file on your computer which is used by numerous other applications as well. If this DLL file is in conflict or isn’t present at all, you will experience the error message.
Here, by using Window’s system file checker which checks all the system file structure and compare the structure with that of a fresh copy present online. If there is any discrepancy, the files will be replaced accordingly.