Reinstalling HTTP and HTTP SSL service




I'm running Win XP Pro and having trouble getting the HTTP and HTTPFilter
Service up and running. I've tried copying the same registry keys from a
similar machine with no success. Both failed to start, something about no
handles attached to the device.

Need to get this solved without an XP reinstall as alot of my software
including MS Office 2005 that all came pre-installed didn't come with the
installation disks.

The main issues I'm facing are with my audio driver and USB optical mouse
that aren't detected on startup, however when i re-plug the mouse PnP picks
it up just fine. Kinda getting tried of having to do this after every startup.

These problems were all an onset when my system contracted the SROSA virus,
since been removed manually, most elements including anti-virus back up and
running, with exception to these problem services.

Plug and Play service is running fine, as well as the SSDP Discovery Service
that I managed to reinstall thanks to someone's custom INF file I obtained

If someone knows of a %windir%\inf file I could use or any other way I might
reinstall the service, I'd be most grateful.


P.S. Some details of the problem services:

Services.msc start msg: N/A
ImagePath = "System32\Drivers\HTTP.sys"
Start = 2
Type = 1

Services.msc start msg:
Could not start the HTTP SSL service on Local Computer.
Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start.
ImagePath = "%SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k HTTPFilter"
DependOnService = "HTTP"
Start = 3
Type = 20

Human Interface Device Access
Services.msc start msg:
Could not start the Human Interface Device Access service on Local
Error 126: The specified module could not be found.
ImagePath = "%SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs"
DependOnService = "RpcSs"
Start = 2
Type = 20

[RpcSs] Remote Procedure Call (RPC) = Running

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