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I installed oracle in my own machine from about two years, but I stopped some oracle services from about seven months. Now I tried to start them again and open the oracle db but I couldn't make a connection, the OracleDBConsoleORCL service cannot be started although it was not one of the services that I stopped, it was starting automatically! I tried to make it manually started and start it again but the problem didn't be solved. "The error message appeared when I try to start the service is : Windows could not start OracleDBConsoleORCL in local machine .. I opened the windows event logs and found an entity related to OracleDBConsoleORCL, event properties : Process exited abnormally during initialization. EventData : 07/16/12 17:03:44 dbconsole exited with retCode 55." Could someone help me?

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An incredibly vague question; you need to make an attempt at providing more information, for example, what error/message was returned when you tried to start the service? Are there any entries in the Windows event logs? –  Simon Catlin Sep 1 '12 at 21:31
    
The error message appeared when I try to start the service is : Windows could not start OracleDBConsoleORCL in local machine .. I opened the windows event logs and found an entity related to OracleDBConsoleORCL, event properties : Process exited abnormally during initialization. EventData : 07/16/12 17:03:44 dbconsole exited with retCode 55. –  sasola Sep 1 '12 at 22:01
    
Have you tried contacting vendor support? have you installed updates? Some people have reported this as an error in DST calculation. –  Chris S Sep 4 '12 at 19:44
    
I am having exactly same issue. Did you find any solution? –  asim-ishaq Jun 25 '13 at 10:10
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