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WLAN service is not started with error 1068

Postby chicagotech » Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:53 am

Thank you for the update.

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> Hi Robert,
>
> Thank you for you intervention.
>
> I'll do a check as well to Telephony Service , by the way I have
> finally solved the problem.
>
> Despite to be not a very skilled Windows User, I have found the
> solution by simply collecting infos and following the old ¨test and see¨
> rule, and, as usual, it works, thanks to the WWW's billion of hints and
> how-toS.
>
> I have to be very honest about the fact that one possible cause of the
> above related problem has been due that a couple of days ago my notebook
> was been infected by a Trojan (Beagle AAJ) and some others RootKits,
> which took me to a very hard disinfestation procedure.
>
> Basically the solution has been to check the system registry with
> regedit and change some values of keys that were maintaining some
> services disabled, despite my attempts to enabling them through
> services.msc.
>
> Among these keys I did changed from _value_4_(disabled)_ to
> _1_or_2_(enabled)_ the following ¨Start¨ values:
>
> Ndisuio
> DcomLaunch
> NativeWiFi Filter
> RpcSs
>
> and some others, that are part of dependencies of the WLAN Autoconfig
> service wlansvc, then I restarted the notebook and attemped to start the
> disabled services.
>
> With my great surprise, now both WLAN Autoconfig than Wired Autoconfig
> were started without errors messages.
>
> After a further reboot, I verified that now I could manage my WLAN
> adapter and see the nearby available access-points.
>
> Actually the last remaining bug is on the HP Wireless Assistant that
> refuses to sets up the WLAN due the fact that it doesn't recognizes the
> Wired Adapter which is seen as disabled, despite it be enabled.
>
> BR,
>
> amdturion
>
>
> --
> amdturion

Make sure Telephony service is running. Or check this search result.

Error1068Error 1068. The dependency service or group failed to start."
Cause: This behavior can occur if the Telephony service is NOT started
automatically or ...
www.chicagotech.net/troubleshooting/error1068.htm


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>
> Good day all,
>
> I am struggling against a very strange and incomprehensible problem
> related to the activation of the WLAN on my notebook.
> - Hardware: HP Pavilion dv6230br Notebook
> - 2.0 GHz AMD TurionT 64 Mobile Technology MK-36
> - WLAN: Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN
> - BIOS: Version: F.3D
> - O.S.: Vista Home Basic x86 (32bits)I say strange and incomprehensible
> because apparently there is not
> nothing of anomalous:
>
> - WAN adapter is correctly recognized by the system
> - WAN adapter can be switched on and off both manually than via
> software command by HP Network Manager
> - WAN driver, a Broadcomm 802.11.g, is correctly loaded and
> operational
> - Same WAN adapter works perfectly when I boot the notebook with
> linux OpenSuSE 10.3 (dual-boot HDD)The problem is that I cannot activate
> the WAN due the fact that
> "wlansvc" service is down.
>
> By trying to activate it manually with:
>
> -"services.msc"
>
> -always fails and Vista responds with an -"Error N°1068".
>
> -It seems something is lacking beside the wlansvc
> (dependencies:confused:) but I am not sure about this.
>
> Any suggestion is very appreciated.
>
> Thanks,

> --
> amdturion
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