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You would normally start and stop SharePoint services using Central Administration, not the Services manager. What happens when you go to CA, Application Management, Manage services, select the server, and stop/start the service there? If you still get an error, use a ULS viewer to examine the ULS for related errors.
If I understand you correct, you can't create aspx-files using SharePoint Designer? I did a test on my own environment, and it worked as expected. No error messages at all. In the site pages, right-click and add a new ASPX file. It also works in a simple list Please verify that you have sufficient permission for that kind of action.
Huge thanks to Reddit User reddit.com/u/waterton76 for showing me this answer. I have yet to implement the fix, but I think its the proper way to fix it. Full comments thread at: http://www.reddit.com/r/sharepoint/comments/2pouzy/productpatch_installation_or_server_upgrade/ I come across this every now and then - pretty freaky - and I actually fixed this ...
does it show which servers dont have the patch? This may be a little extreme (but you are hear as a last straw right?) but maybe disconnect one of those problematic servers from the farm, finish the PSConfig, then add the server back.. Another idea is to uninstall and reinstall the KB. Also, is there a more recent Service Pack or CU that you can install on ...
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