No processes listed in Task Manager

Hello, something weird happened to the server, after windows restart I
started getting errors. Server was working fine before.

Application failed to initialize properly (0xC0000142) when starting
cmd or other applications.
Cant create a blank document when I start mmc

Task Manager has no processes listed, at the bottom it says Processes:

It seems that the server has not enough resources to run all the
applications. I have searched a few places but didnt find anything
useful. How could I troubleshoot?

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