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Check for other Service Dependencies
A 1068 is a service dependency error. Print Spooler can't start because it thinks a service it depends on is not running.
Go into services and check its dependencies, it should just be the RPC service, which you shouldn't be able to stop, check that RPC is running
Double click print spooler and click the dependencies tab. See if there are any other dependencies set besides rpc. If so you will want to find them in services and make sure they are set to automatic and are running (will probably need to start them).
Then try to start "Print Spooler" service, should work. May need to reinstall printer drivers then.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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