how can I start dependency services needed for starting the Wireless Zero Configuration within Windows Vista?
Posted on 2011-03-20
As part of an ongoing troubleshooting session involving the inability of an Acer Aspire 6930's to establish an wireless connection with a Linksys Wireless G router, I am needing any tips, suggestions, or links which address the following error message when attempting to start the Wireless Zero Configuration within Windows Vista; Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start. From a currently open thread addressing this, an expert of EE made the suggestion of turning on or enabling the dependency services needed for starting the Wireless Zero Configuration which basically means starting a service to start a service. Sounds a bit complicated, but, I suppose it is feasiable. There is a Dependency tab which indicates the services required to start both, the Wired AutoConfig and the WLAN AutoConfig services within Windows VIsta. At any rate, I am clueless with regards to how to start the dependency services necessary for launching the Wireless Zero Configuration utility within Windows Vista.
With everything mentioned, if someone could get back with me with tips, suggestions, article links, or multimedia links which address this concern, it will be greatly appreciated. Despite of several troubleshooting attempts and hours of involvement, I am not really getting anywhere with this problem. I am trying to avoid doing anything radical like a wipe and reload because this laptop has several things on it which are not backed up.
Any help will be appreciated.