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Posted Thursday, February 18, 2010 1:02 PM
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Another solution would be to look at the registry path to see what microsoft is expecting it to see and qualify it in quotes

1. Click Start > Run and type REGEDIT and click OK.

2. Click the plus sign next to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
then SYSTEM
then CurrentControlSet
then Services
then ServiceName

3. Right-click ImagePath on the right side. In the Value data box, place quotes in the path.

Example:

Change: C:\Program Files\ProgramName\ServiceName.exe

To: “C:\Program Files\ProgramName\ServiceName.exe”

4. Click OK and close REGEDIT. Restart the computer.

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I am going to share few tricks with you that have helped various users. You too perform these tricks in order to solve the said error:

1. Start Dependent Services for Windows Firewall
2. Start Dependent Services for the Print Spooler Service
3. Fix Registry and Clear Web Browser Cache
4. Start Dependent Services for Internet Connection Sharing

If you can't do the above tasks then read the article that i have shared below that might help you in performing the above tasks.
The Error 1068 in Windows 7 may still occur if your registry is not properly configured.
If you have already been experiencing the error 1068 error, you can get some help from this article error 1068 windows 7.
Hope it fix your problem.
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I had a file named 'program' on D:\. I don't know how it got there; I just deleted it and the service started normally. Thanks a lot for your help.


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