|Well, you can tell a service to shut down, but it's free to ignore your request, and it's free to tell Windows it cannot be shut down. Have you considered a making a WinPE disk, where you can remove the infection without having the virus fight you?|
To answer your question, Windows has no concept of "standard" services, and really doesn't have a way to determine what services it came with. You can kill all of the services that allow it, and you could make a white list of allowed services and kill all that allow it but those. The kill all method would look something like this (untested):
for /f "tokens=*" %%a in ('net start') do echo y|net stop "%%a"
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