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the dependency service or group failed to start

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    my vista ultimate system has no network connectivity.  the connection status in 'unknown' and the event log service is not running.  the hard disk has less than 10% capacity left.  the network center says 'the dependency service or group failed to start'

     

    there is no restore capability and the last panda antivirus update was two days ago when the network capability was lost.  virus scans are clean.

     

    it looks as if a number of services are not running.

     

    help please

    thanks

    ron hochnadel

    ronh@intrass.com

    2008年8月18日 下午 07:03

解答

  • Hi LachlanRobertson,

     

    Regarding the 6to4 issue, please refer to the following Microsoft Knowledge Base:

     

    On a Windows Vista-based computer or on a Windows Server 2008-based computer, the Microsoft ISATAP adapter appears with a yellow exclamation mark next to it in Device Manager, and you also receive an error message

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932520/en-us

     

    Regarding the services error, as SFC cannot fix the errors, I suggest you perform an In-place Upgrade Installation to fix it.

     

    For your reference:

     

    In-place Upgrade Installation

    ===============================

    Technically, you won’t lose any data to take an In-place Upgrade Installation. In order to avoid any unexpected problem. I suggest you backup your data before taking In-place Upgrade Installation.

     

    1. Start the computer by using the current Operating System.

    2. Insert the Windows Vista DVD in the computer's DVD drive.

    3. Use one of the following procedures, as appropriate:

     

    If Windows automatically detects the DVD, the Install now screen appears.

     

    Click Install now.

     

    If Windows does not automatically detect the DVD, follow these steps:

    a. Click Start, click Run, type Drive:\setup.exe, and then click OK.

     

    Note Drive is the drive letter of the computer's DVD drive.

     

    b. Click Install now.

     

    4. When you reach the "Which type of installation do you want?" screen, click Upgrade to upgrade the current operating system to Windows Vista.

     

    Hope it helps.

     

    2008年8月21日 上午 03:43

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  • Hi,

     

    According to your description, this issue may be caused by Windows Vista system files are corrupted.

     

    Do you have system restore backup point? If you have, I suggest you restore the system to a early backup point to resolve this issue.

     

    If you do not have, please try to use System File Checker to scan system files to troubleshoot this issue.

     

    Use the System File Checker (SFC) to scan system files

    =====================================================

    The System File Checker tool enable an administrator to scan all protected files to verify their versions. To do so, follow these steps:

     

    1. Click "Start", type "CMD" (without quotation marks) in the "Start Search" box. Right click on the "CMD.exe" file, choose "Run as Administrator"

    2. Copy and paste "SFC /Scannow" (without quotation marks) in the "Open" box, and click "OK".

     

    Note: There is a SPACE between "SFC" and "/Scannow", this command will take several minutes to complete and may require access to the Windows installation source files.

     

    Hope it helps.

     

    2008年8月20日 上午 08:16
  • Hi there, I'm having this exact problem and I also have Panda Anti-Virus (and updated it around the same time as OP).  I'm running the SCF\scannow command at this moment -   It came up with no problems 'did not find any integritiy violations'

    Really don't understand this problem, it seems to have ruined access to windows.  I can not view recently installed updates

    By the way, if I go into Device Manager then under Network Adapters I have my

    Broadcom Netlink - Working

    Intel PRO/Wireless - Working

    Microsoft 6to4 Adapter #3

    Microsoft 6to4 Adapter #7

    Microsoft 6to4 Adapter #8

     

    For all the 6to4 items the device status is that it is not working properly, windows can not locate the drivers required for this device (code 31)

    I have tried disabling and enabling these items to no avail.

    UI have also tried this method

    1. Go to Start > Run > cmd

    2. Copy/paste the following line and hit your Enter key:

    Net localgroup Administrators localservice /add

    3. Reboot your computer.

     

     

     

    Still researching the problem, taking ages.  Hope you can guys can help Smile

    2008年8月20日 下午 02:20
  • There is no restore option.  It also isn't working. 

    SFC  /scannow runs and finds nothing.

    Nothing can be reported to Microsoft because there is no connectivity.

    I see no recourse but to re-install Vista.

     

     

    2008年8月20日 下午 04:58
  • I gave up and reinstalled vista.  This laptop was connected to a Broadcom D-Link.  An identical laptop is connected via Actiontec and has no problems though the antivirus and operating system and applications are otherwise the same.

     

    2008年8月20日 下午 05:02
  • Hi Intrass,

     

    Please understand that Windows Vista won’t damage system files itself.

     

    Normally, system files corrupted caused by the following factors:

     

    1.Abnormal shutdown.

    2.Computer virus/Trojan.

    3.Program which is not certified for Windows Vista.

     

    I have the following suggestions for you:

     

    1.Please check compatibility before installing a hardware or software on your computer. Microsoft released a website for it: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/

    2.Keep update Windows by Windows Update or Microsoft Update.

    3.Do not run unknown program on the computer.

     

    Thanks.

     

    2008年8月21日 上午 03:35
  • Hi LachlanRobertson,

     

    Regarding the 6to4 issue, please refer to the following Microsoft Knowledge Base:

     

    On a Windows Vista-based computer or on a Windows Server 2008-based computer, the Microsoft ISATAP adapter appears with a yellow exclamation mark next to it in Device Manager, and you also receive an error message

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932520/en-us

     

    Regarding the services error, as SFC cannot fix the errors, I suggest you perform an In-place Upgrade Installation to fix it.

     

    For your reference:

     

    In-place Upgrade Installation

    ===============================

    Technically, you won’t lose any data to take an In-place Upgrade Installation. In order to avoid any unexpected problem. I suggest you backup your data before taking In-place Upgrade Installation.

     

    1. Start the computer by using the current Operating System.

    2. Insert the Windows Vista DVD in the computer's DVD drive.

    3. Use one of the following procedures, as appropriate:

     

    If Windows automatically detects the DVD, the Install now screen appears.

     

    Click Install now.

     

    If Windows does not automatically detect the DVD, follow these steps:

    a. Click Start, click Run, type Drive:\setup.exe, and then click OK.

     

    Note Drive is the drive letter of the computer's DVD drive.

     

    b. Click Install now.

     

    4. When you reach the "Which type of installation do you want?" screen, click Upgrade to upgrade the current operating system to Windows Vista.

     

    Hope it helps.

     

    2008年8月21日 上午 03:43
  • Thank you, i'll try both of those solutions tonight.   Although I do not think a have Vista CD, is there anyway to get one without being charged?

     

    2008年8月21日 下午 12:12
  • Thanks for the suggestions.  I know about them all and practice them.  However, this laptop was used by a guy in the company who may not have followed them all all of the time.  Of course he says he did nothing and Vista all of a sudden just couldn't connect.

     

    A big problem here is that no report can even be sent to Microsoft which means that they cannot work on a fix and it will happen again, and again.

     

    I've reinstalled and created an iso backup on a separate drive.

     

    Ron

     

     

    2008年8月22日 上午 02:24
  • Hi LachlanRobertson,

     

    I am afraid you need contacting your computer manufacturer to ask for installation DVD.

     

    2008年8月22日 上午 07:10
  • I'm having the same problem. I can connect to the internet, but it's impossible to know the strength of the signal or anything else, which is very irritating.

    I tried the scannow suggestion and it did detect corrupt files, only it wasn't able to fix them.

    it said that the details are in the log under C:\Windows\Logs\CBS but when I tried to open the file, it says access denied, even though I'm an administrator.

    I have no idea where to go from here.


    Also, I'm not sure if this is connected or relavent but when I start up my computer it comes up with an error saying that it couldn't do something with sprtcmd.ese in the libeay32.dll directory.

    I've updated TrendMicro and done a full system scan and it hasn't fixed the problem.

    Any help would be very much appreciated!
    2008年9月7日 上午 01:51
  • I am having the exact same problem with a desktop and a laptop occurring a t the same time!, The scannow detected corrupted files and HP told me I need to do a complete recovery of the operating systems.  This is horrible! This started when I loaded up Vista SP1 on both computers.  I loaded up SP1 because ironically, i was having trouble networking the computers with thier stupid permissions that didn't work. This Vista system is so frustrating and useless that I'm considering going back to XP or buying an Apple!

     

    2008年9月13日 下午 09:18
  • Same problem here... started when I last updated Vista. Scan finds the corrupted files but can't fix them. Not sure where to go from here. I still have internet connectivity but the services have not started. Very frustrating... sounds as if one of the Vista updates has a side-effect.

     

    If anyone knows how to fix this, please let me know.

     

    2008年9月14日 下午 12:03
  • I found the problem!

     

    You need to replace nlasvc.dll

     

    Consult this forum to find out how:

     

    http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PageIndex=0&SiteID=17&PageID=0&PostID=3842969

     

    2008年9月14日 下午 01:02
  • I had the same issue and as it turns out, the issue is caused by a corruption in the TCP/IP Stack

    To fix, you will need to run a command prompt as administrator

    Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt (Right-Click and Run as Administrator)

    At the command Prompt type : netsh winsock reset

    Ignore all errors, restart and voila'

    • 已提議為解答 Louis Vella 2008年12月19日 下午 03:24
    2008年12月19日 下午 03:23
  • Hi Louis Vella,

    You made my 2 days and 2 nights with this answer.
    I tried many other different things but to no avail.

    Last night I taught I will try your suggestion and that will be the last thing I will try before I contact manufacturer of my lap top and ask for help or Vista installation cd to try to reinstall OS from scratch or repair. And there it was. When I did what you suggested by miracle it worked....

    Thanks very much you are a star.

    THANK YOU !!!!!

    THANK YOU !!!!!

    THANK YOU !!!!!




    2009年2月18日 下午 08:53
  • Louis Vella,

    You are a God sent.  I have been trying to fix this problem since Sunday, today is Thursday.  Your solution was so simple, fast and on target.  Thank you so much.

    Hope you read this and stay in touch, you were so great.

    2009年4月30日 下午 09:31
  • Thank you so much for this advice and thank you, I read this just in time as i was just about to enter a restore disc into my computer :):):):):):):)


    Thanks Again,
    Wing
    2009年5月7日 下午 04:51
  • Every once in a while a genius posts a 5 line-message that solves a otherwise imposible to solve problem.
    I was surely facing a format and complete reinstall of Vista Home Premium on a client's laptop, but Luis Vella,
    you solved my problem in only ten minutes.

    I specialy signed up here to thank the author, Luis Vella, for making this simple fix available to the comunity.
    You are one of a kind, respect!

    Cheers,
    Escorpiom.
    2009年5月30日 上午 02:34
  • I too must add my thanks to Louis Vella for this reply.  A friend of mine had the same problem and I spent hours trying to sort it until I stumbled upon this thread and low and behold, problem sorted.

    Let's hear it for Louis!

    2009年6月9日 上午 11:43
  • This may be an older post, but the suggestion worked.  I used it on a Vista Home Premium, Dell XPS M1530 and it worked beautifully.  I tried many other suggestions, just short of reinstalling the OS. 

    Thanks Louis

    Mike
    2009年7月4日 上午 04:41
  • HELLO!!!!!!!!!!!


    TO FIX THIS PROBLEM FOR EVER. YOU HAVE TO DO WHAT I DID. YOU HAVE TO RESET YOUR IP ADRESS. NOW I CAN'T REMEMBER THE STEPS I TOOK BUT I HAD TO GO TO NETWORK ADAPTER #6

    RING UP YOUR ISP AND TELL THEM TO TAKE YOU THROUGH THE STEPS TO RESET YOUR IP.

    IT WILL WORK.

    BYE!
    2009年8月2日 下午 05:37
  • aparently he hasnt used vista lol
    2009年8月8日 下午 08:36
  • You are really great! Thank you. Brgds/ Ky
    • 已提議為解答 Hoanghuuky 2009年8月19日 上午 06:01
    2009年8月19日 上午 05:54
  • Dude, you freaking rock! This was the easiest fix ever. Thanks so much for the help. Maybe I can return the favaor someday.
    2009年9月9日 下午 06:34
  • PERFECT SOLUTION----IT WORKED AS EXPLAINED  THANK YOU...

    2009年9月29日 下午 05:23
  • Hey

    had this problem at one point also with a friends computer, This is the solution I found.


    1. Go to Run
    2. Type "msconfig", press "OK"
    3. Under General in the System Configuration ensure "Normal Startup" is checked and reboot.

    This rectified the problem I was having as "Selective Startup" was checked, hope this helps.
    I'll say a prayer for all vista users out there, I feel your pain.



    Tech
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    • 已提議為解答 Techcheck 2009年10月9日 下午 09:28
    2009年10月9日 下午 09:26
  • As of right now, I would like to thank you (along with the other 8000 people who already have).... I had just about broken down enough to consider paying Toshiba for help... you saved me.

    Thank you so much.
    2009年10月17日 下午 03:34
  • I had this exact problem. It started after I upgraded my Vista Business laptop to SP1. I resolved it by re-installing but think my story might help.

    I setp 2 laptops. Both Dell. One is a D620 one is a E4300. Both have 4gig's or RAM.

    THe D620 setup perfectly with no issues. It ran updates all the way to SP2 with no issues is working great. It's about 2 years old.

    The E4300 went fine until it got to SP1 which is when I started getting the Red X over the network settings even though I was on internet and VPN fine. I had issues trying to setup a modem with contact dll errors. After a day of trying all the help in this thread and other places I gave up and went to bed. In the middle of the night I realised the difference!

    The D620 had run the INITIAL Vista setup with the network cable plugged in but the E4300 had run it without the cable plugged in.
    The D620 had run through all the updates with downloads of up to 50mb.
    The E4300 had run most of the updates with downloads of over 200mb.

    I re-installed the E4300 from the inital install with the network plugged in and it ran completely smoothly. It's 100% now. Patched all the way to SP2.

    So it's something to do with the initial install being able to get to the internet for lastest drivers or patches or updates or something DURING the install.

    Hope it helps.

    2009年10月22日 上午 06:54
  • Hey

    had this problem at one point also with a friends computer, This is the solution I found.


    1. Go to Run
    2. Type "msconfig", press "OK"
    3. Under General in the System Configuration ensure "Normal Startup" is checked and reboot.

    This rectified the problem I was having as "Selective Startup" was checked, hope this helps.
    I'll say a prayer for all vista users out there, I feel your pain.



    Tech
    EMAIL REMOVED

    This worked for me, thanks!
    • 已提議為解答 rvanpatten 2009年12月27日 下午 09:41
    2009年12月23日 下午 01:18
  • I have also same problem, anyone have ideas?



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    • 已提議為解答 rvanpatten 2009年12月27日 下午 09:40
    2009年12月25日 上午 07:02

  • I've been working on this issue for 4 hours and finally a solution!  I've been on a wild goose chase, but the Normal Startup fix above WORKED!
    2009年12月27日 下午 09:41
  • OK, here is another fix for the problem for those people who have tried the above methods but failed.

    Access the 'Services' under Computer Management (right click My Computer - Properties - Manage - Services & applications - Services)

    In the right hand pane, scroll down to the service 'Network Location Awareness'

    If this service is showing DISABLED or STOPPED, then you need to restart it as your ability to see & interact with your network properly relies on this service.

    Double click on the service to access the options for it.  If it is DISABLED, then from the STARTUP TYPE drop down menu, you need to select MANUAL and then APPLY the setting  (do not yet try to change the STARTUP TYPE to AUTOMATIC)

    Now you are ready to RESTART the service by pressing the START button and then APPLY.

    Once the service has restarted, you can then progress the STARTUP TYPE selection from MANUAL to AUTOMATIC, then APPLY the setting.

    I also found I had to do the same thing for the service 'Diagnostic Policy Service'.  If you find yours is DISABLED, then apply the above steps.
    '
    This should now have fixed the error.  Not sure if this has previously been explained elsewhere or this fix is somehow doing what the above methods are doing but simply in another fashion.  I simply worked through the problem myself and then came across this thread after I resolved my problem.

    Cheers Peeps.

    ....................................................................................................

    www.guywitha.com

    • 已編輯 Guy with a Gun 2010年1月15日 下午 12:45 Additional info
    2010年1月15日 下午 12:34
  • IT WORKED GREAT! Shame I had to read down this far to get the answer!
    2010年1月31日 上午 01:57
  • Totally worked!  Thanks a million!
    2010年2月7日 上午 01:06
  • THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, LOUIS VELLA!!!!!!!  This worked SO well and simply and saved me a LOT of time continuing to troubleshoot this!!!  I had installed a Sprint USB Broadband which somehow corrupted this and neither my laptop's internet nor the Sprint USB worked!!!!!!  Again, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, LOUIS VELLA!!!!!!! 


    Don
    2010年2月10日 上午 04:40
  • About the problem: Dependency service or group failed to start

    To solve this, you can check the service COM+ Event System . If this service is disable or stop, we cannot start any other services, and we often see the problem above.

    If after starting that service, the problem appears again, you can find the other way.

    Good luck to all.
    2010年3月4日 上午 08:47
  • I have been reading in and out of forums for the last few days trying to figure this problem. Here is my quick story, i do not have any of the virus control center installed like some people are determining the problem is related to. I simply turned my laptop on the other night and my internet icon had the red X on it saying this error message also my firewall was turned off and unable to reactivate it? I tried everything I was able to find on posts from reinstalling a nla...dll file under system32, sfc /scannow, netsh commands, going into repair and trying to force start needed services all returning error messages on the stopped ones not allowing me to start them regardless. All of those failed to fix my problem. I attempted contacting Asus Tech Support and they said somone would call me in 24-48 hours to address my issue. I'm a little upset about wasting all this time and would like to get it fixed. Please, anyone out there able to help me out?
    2010年3月24日 下午 06:23
  • I have been reading in and out of forums for the last few days trying to figure this problem. Here is my quick story, i do not have any of the virus control center installed like some people are determining the problem is related to. I simply turned my laptop on the other night and my internet icon had the red X on it saying this error message also my firewall was turned off and unable to reactivate it? I tried everything I was able to find on posts from reinstalling a nla...dll file under system32, sfc /scannow, netsh commands, going into repair and trying to force start needed services all returning error messages on the stopped ones not allowing me to start them regardless. All of those failed to fix my problem. I attempted contacting Asus Tech Support and they said somone would call me in 24-48 hours to address my issue. I'm a little upset about wasting all this time and would like to get it fixed. Please, anyone out there able to help me out?
    2010年3月24日 下午 06:23
  • Same problem on Dell XPS. 

    COM + Event System is started

    But the other mentioned services will not allow me to start them.  When I try to start the "Network Location Awareness" service, it gives Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start.

    Of course Dell suggested it would be fantastical and easiest on everyone if I would just reinstall windows.  I hope they never go into medicine.

    2010年4月2日 下午 05:52
  • THANK YOU!!!!! I tried everything I found online and this was the only one that worked.
    2010年6月27日 下午 01:56
  • Code 31


    This device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. (Code 31)
    Recommended resolution

    Update the driver

    You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. Windows may have the driver built-in, or may still have the driver files installed from the last time that you set up the device. However, sometimes, it will open the New Hardware Wizard which may ask for the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s Web site.

    In the device Properties dialog box, click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver to start the Hardware Update Wizard. Follow the instructions to update the driver.

    2010年7月15日 下午 05:25
  • Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt (Right-Click and Run as Administrator)

    At the command Prompt type : netsh winsock reset

    Ignore all errors, restart and voila'

     

     

    Thanks a lot Louis Vella !!!!!

     

    It works ... Thank you for your help ...

    2010年7月26日 下午 12:35
  • Same problem here in Algeria!!

    I am extremely tired trying to fix this issue, it seems hopeless??

    I also lost the Vendor Vista CD which does not help?

    I have not got connectivity at all on both Wireless and the Onboard Network port :-(

    Any more ideas ho to fix this issue?

     

    Many thanks

    DZPatrol

    2010年8月3日 下午 09:08
  • "The dependency service or group failed to start"-Windows7

    "The dependency service or group failed to start" -Windows 7
    I get the above msg in "Network nd sharing center" in Windows7, so i couldnt connect to the net either through Lan or Wifi. When i go for troubleshooting option its says problem found:"The diagnostic policy service is not running" , when i tried to start it manually from services.msc i get another error:"Windows could not start the Diagnostic Policy Service on Local Computer; Error 5: Access is denied".
    I googled to find a solution for this problem. I referred the following sites
    1.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/943996
    2.http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vistanetworking/thread/a2cf9717-6c0d-47d9-ae2f-ee0263a5f880

    I had followed the steps given in those sites: "It is possible the permissions on a specific registry key was altered. You can try correcting this by going to Start, type regedit in the command prompt, right click the regedit program and select Run as Administrator. In the Registry Editor click the arrow to expand the selection, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, SYSTEM, CurrentControlSet, Services, DPS, right click Parameters and choose Permissions. On the Permissions screen, select the TrustedInstaller user. If you do not see the TrustedInstaller user, click Add, type NT Service\TrustedInstaller and press OK. Ensure that the Full Control and Read permissions are checked for the TrustedInstaller user".

    But even after doing all that the problem persists i.e "The dependency service or group failed to start" nd "Windows could not start the Diagnostic Policy Service on Local Computer; Error 5: Access is denied" when tried to start the service manually.
    I tried the following options:
    1. sfc /scannow
    2. Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults, type: netsh int ip reset reset.log
    3. Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults, type: netsh winsock reset catalog
    4. msconfig->"normal startup"
    5. uninstalled all network devices nd restarted
    Inspite of trying all the above options, the problem still persists.
    Please help me out. Thnx in advance.
    2010年8月20日 下午 01:36
  • "The dependency service or group failed to start"-Windows7

    "The dependency service or group failed to start" -Windows 7
    I get the above msg in "Network nd sharing center" in Windows7, so i couldnt connect to the net either through Lan or Wifi. When i go for troubleshooting option its says problem found:"The diagnostic policy service is not running" , when i tried to start it manually from services.msc i get another error:"Windows could not start the Diagnostic Policy Service on Local Computer; Error 5: Access is denied".
    I googled to find a solution for this problem. I referred the following sites
    1.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/943996
    2.http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vistanetworking/thread/a2cf9717-6c0d-47d9-ae2f-ee0263a5f880

    I had followed the steps given in those sites: "It is possible the permissions on a specific registry key was altered. You can try correcting this by going to Start, type regedit in the command prompt, right click the regedit program and select Run as Administrator. In the Registry Editor click the arrow to expand the selection, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, SYSTEM, CurrentControlSet, Services, DPS, right click Parameters and choose Permissions. On the Permissions screen, select the TrustedInstaller user. If you do not see the TrustedInstaller user, click Add, type NT Service\TrustedInstaller and press OK. Ensure that the Full Control and Read permissions are checked for the TrustedInstaller user".

    But even after doing all that the problem persists i.e "The dependency service or group failed to start" nd "Windows could not start the Diagnostic Policy Service on Local Computer; Error 5: Access is denied" when tried to start the service manually.
    I tried the following options:
    1. sfc /scannow
    2. Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults, type: netsh int ip reset reset.log
    3. Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults, type: netsh winsock reset catalog
    4. msconfig->"normal startup"
    5. uninstalled all network devices nd restarted
    Inspite of trying all the above options, the problem still persists.
    Please help me out. Thnx in advance.
    Thanks Amar I used number 3 option and that worked.
    2010年8月22日 上午 08:17
  • ThANK YOU LOUIS VELLA THIS WORK LIKE MAGIC! :DD Specially signed in to say my thanks and recommend everyone with this problem to try this soultion it really works.. This problem happened to me overnight and i was about to call the acer helpdesk and i stumbled onto this post while searching online for the last glimpsed of hope and magic happens. :D For those who tried it but doesn't work, wait for the command prompt to say it has reseted the thing then reboot ur com even if u see any errors at first. Just make sure that you leave the thing there to run for a couple of mins and enjoy the magic thereafter. :)
    2010年9月13日 上午 04:21
  • ThANK YOU LOUIS VELLA THIS WORK LIKE MAGIC

    I was ready to thow my pc through the window. Thanks Man.

    2010年12月14日 上午 03:11
  • This is the best and simplest solution I have ever found over the internet. So many people guarantee that their solution will work but it never does. In this case it works like a treat!

    I wish I had visited this forum earlier and it would have saved me a few hours.

     

    Thank you Louis Vella!

    2010年12月18日 下午 03:45
  • What if u cant located yor dvd's?

     

    2011年1月1日 上午 12:20
  • OK, here is another fix for the problem for those people who have tried the above methods but failed.

    Access the 'Services' under Computer Management (right click My Computer - Properties - Manage - Services & applications - Services)

    In the right hand pane, scroll down to the service 'Network Location Awareness'

    If this service is showing DISABLED or STOPPED, then you need to restart it as your ability to see & interact with your network properly relies on this service.

    Double click on the service to access the options for it.  If it is DISABLED, then from the STARTUP TYPE drop down menu, you need to select MANUAL and then APPLY the setting  (do not yet try to change the STARTUP TYPE to AUTOMATIC)

    Now you are ready to RESTART the service by pressing the START button and then APPLY.

    Once the service has restarted, you can then progress the STARTUP TYPE selection from MANUAL to AUTOMATIC, then APPLY the setting.

    I also found I had to do the same thing for the service 'Diagnostic Policy Service'.  If you find yours is DISABLED, then apply the above steps.
    '
    This should now have fixed the error.  Not sure if this has previously been explained elsewhere or this fix is somehow doing what the above methods are doing but simply in another fashion.  I simply worked through the problem myself and then came across this thread after I resolved my problem.

    Cheers Peeps.

    ....................................................................................................

    www.guywitha.com

     

    Guy with a Gun...  Thank you very much.  This helped towards solving my issue.  I was having an issue with connectivity, and had tried so many things I had seen on posts in different forums.  I checked the services that you listed here and the settings were correct. However, this is what worked for me:

    Right Click My Computer

    Click Manage

    Double Click Services

    Open Network Location Awareness Properties

    Click Dependencies Tab

    I then checked to see if all of the services listed in this tab were running, and of course one was disabled! I enabled it and made it automatic, then I was able to start up the Network Location Awareness Service!  Hope this helps others!

    2011年1月29日 下午 08:16
  • happened to me this evening after trying to change the graphics card.

     

    Tried all of the above and didn't work

     

    Did a system restore to a point that had been taken this morning and all working fine and dandy now.

    2011年2月22日 下午 10:13
  •  

    Louis Vella,

    You're really a star...this worked awesome and managed to fix the issue in mins......adding to this it also fixed the wireless connectivitiy as well........thanks a lot!!!!

    Scorpioaries

    2011年2月26日 下午 11:30
  • You are an absolute super star.  Fixed my problem and you frankly ROCK!  Thank you so much.
    2011年3月7日 下午 09:48
  • Hi Louis

    thank you very much, I have been 2 days trying to fix this and there you where with a fix posted 3 years ago!

    Steve

    2011年4月23日 下午 01:03
  • Guys, really... I tried all of the things above this but the only one that worked was...

    Control Panel -> Backup/Restore -> Restore -> *not* cry because there seemingly are no backups -> click the System Restore link below that -> I chose the checkpoint from three days ago when Windows Update ran -> (made sure the power was plugged in) and then told it to go

    It ran through its paces, rebooted, did some things, rebooted again and now it's happy.

     

    Earlier, I had reviewed the updates that were installed and the last time something was applied was last month.  The Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 software's logs suggested that four trojans were found on the laptop two days ago.  So either the Windows update included some Java-based trojans or the client downloaded something two days ago (unlikely since nothing shows up in the installed programs with this date).

     

    Anyway, good luck to you.  I know how frustrating all this can be.

    2011年5月6日 下午 10:11
  • Hi Louis Vella,

    Im so grateful for your helpful post almost 3 yrs ago. Im about to reformat my laptop, good thing i held on and believed someone's gonna help..and it's you. shall is say youre heaven sent :-) 

    Thank you :-)

    Are you on fb can you be a friend haha..

     

    thanks.

    ylilynniks

    2011年5月28日 下午 05:02
  • The netsh trick worked for me as well. The funny thing is that most of the "certified" Microsoft experts on here are the last ones to know what the heck to do. I have found that the majority of their advice never works. Amazing.
    2011年8月9日 下午 03:44
  • Hi Louis Vella,
    Thank you for your brilliant solution for my laptop.. i had the same case as stated above about this "the dependency or group failed to start".. i did a lot of trial actually to fix that annoying problem.. i did a lot of research too.. thank God, my senses has brought me here.. after 2days and 3nights of wondering how to fix the error.. i thought there's no other recourse about the error of my laptop but to reformat it... thank God..! a 30min. reading i did on this thread payed off..! i had myself registered on this forum so that i could thank and add my vote to you.. although you had this post 3 years ago..ehehe.. but still it did helped me a lot.. Godspeed :))
    2011年8月21日 下午 05:05
  • Louis you ARE the S..T I pulled my hair out for two days and nights trying to solve this same issue on a friends computer to no avail found your thread and followed the instructions and I'm back in business we can see the world again through the internet.

    THANKX A MILLION  




    2011年9月12日 上午 01:50
  • I have been struggling with this for 3 hours now.. I have run through all the netsh commands and the uninstalling fo the network devices the SFC /scannow etc etc etc... NONE of them worked.. or at least they didnt completely solve hte problem.. I have no doubt that they helped get me towrads the solution.

    My services wouldnt start no matter what I tried... until i ran the below commands from a command prompt with admin rights.

    net localgroup administrators localservice /add
    net localgroup administrators networkservice /add

     

    Hope this helps some people


    Reggie

    2011年9月23日 上午 10:54
  • Hi Louis, I don't know if you still read this forum. I have created an account just to let others know that your post was really helpful and also to thank you for posting 3 years ago. 

    I encountered the same error yesterday and I have been struggling to fix the problem. That was until I read your post. It worked wonders and my computer problem has been completely solved. I can't thank you enough!

     

    2011年9月25日 下午 09:06
  • thanks alot it worked 4 years later on windows 7 ultimate your a genius

    2012年5月28日 下午 09:42
  • Thanks ever so much for this solution (April,2013). Been working on this for days and this process above finally worked. Thank you, thank you
    2013年4月3日 上午 12:05
  • Thanks Louis

    Problem

    "Vservice.exe stopped working

    The dependency service or group failed to start"

    This fix solved my issue

    To fix, you will need to run a command prompt as administrator

    Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt (Right-Click and Run as Administrator)

    At the command Prompt type : netsh winsock reset


    2013年5月7日 下午 07:39
  • Man you are just awesome.

    That's worked for me.

    2013年7月6日 下午 06:24
  • This was a life saver thanks for the answer that actually worked!

    THANK YOU!

    2013年7月28日 下午 09:14
  • I had the same issue and as it turns out, the issue is caused by a corruption in the TCP/IP Stack

    To fix, you will need to run a command prompt as administrator

    Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt (Right-Click and Run as Administrator)

    At the command Prompt type : netsh winsock reset

    Ignore all errors, restart and voila'


    If I could vote 1000, thanks.
    2013年12月23日 下午 05:53
  • Thank you so much Louis!
    2014年1月25日 下午 12:41
  • Thanks very much! It works for me and others I think. Your prayer helped my faith in your post and the just fix of simple check normal service fixed it. Stay blessed!
    2014年2月5日 上午 06:21