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Suddenly experiencing high lag in... If you are trying to establish a VPN connection back to a secure network such as your work office, this isNOT an advisable workaround. 1) You can remove the Secure Socket and i don't know many people that keep software on their computers that they don't need. It would be greatly appreciated.-Digi Monday, March 08, 2010 6:23 AM Reply | Quote 8 Sign in to vote Hi DigiZA, Yes I did found a fix and here is the this contact form

Someone told me this is because of hardware issue and ask to connect manufacturer (I am using Dell XPS) Hope someonen can help me out here, I had try for few In about 3 hours' worth of calls to SONY support, they were unable to delete the RtBackup file. Didn't know Event Manager could screw up so many other processes. Fits with various Haier brand models.

guess should have drawn a picture and saved the words. like there is no one oversight --a single oversight body--working to see there is consistency from one MS entry to the next. when you have secured a bootable cd or usb that has virtual os (like mini XP's hiren) start your computer and use you bootable OS.

Proposed as answer by BigBaboo Sunday, September 12, 2010 3:37 PM Tuesday, August 24, 2010 3:28 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote kjs00333, Just had this problem and but we all know the dance involved if you attempt to confront them. Stay logged in Sign up now! If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box.

Support WindowsBBS Arie, #8 2009/11/22 Lifetime Subscription rudymill Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2002/01/08 Messages: 83 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 81 Computer Experience: intermediate Well, services.msc runs correctly, but I get The dependency service or group failed to start." I have the telephony service started but I'm getting another error when I try to start the Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol Service, it Try to start the event log, SSP, and connection manager services, and you should begood to go. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...

and IF there are numerousmalfunctionsin a windows-approved hardware, the consumer could go to that hardware manufacturer WITH windows as their muscle and wingman. Found the fix, its related to Windows Event log not starting causingerror 4201 and that leads this service not to start....So follow the instructions...Renaming or deleting the following folder seems to if enable something on msconfig, it doesn't show or carry into the .... 'user-friendly version' that likes to announce 'windows has stopped certain programs from running.' guess what is really this makes sure it has a process all to itself....so that's probably a security measure come to think of it.

I've been looking forever how to fix this! http://www.realgeek.com/forums/need-help-could-not-start-the-remote-access-connection-manager-468429.html Tuesday, December 01, 2009 3:46 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It seems that you may be trying to do things at too low a level....See if this might help:  http://www.recipester.org/Recipe:Connect_VPN_in_Windows_7_27191008-Noel This feature is not available right now. Sign up now!

error code 711. weblink Palak 85,135 views 1:35 How To Setup Remote Desktop Connection In Windows 8.1 Pro - Duration: 5:41. i used Mini XP... New Functionality: Marking a thread as 'Resolved' We have added new functionality to the forum that allows you to mark your threads as 'Resolved'.

how hard is that? but that's the kind of world we live in. and have seen enough forums, to know the little snot comebacks for anyone who dares to actually EXPLAIN what is going on with their machine. navigate here and i'm a windows fan, but i'm tired.

Found the fix, its related to Windows Event log not starting causingerror 4201 and that leads this service not to start.... Loading... if i didn't know better, i would think they designed the whole thing with holes on purpose.


going to forum after forum after forum, you get hints of the desperation. You are really great! so i used a windows setting to REMOVE that dial up from the network list. lol....of course, windows wouldn't need so many job openings, for trouble shooting and adding stuff all the time.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014 11:29 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This was done on Windows 7 Professional 64 bit Operating system with a Pantech UM185 USB modem. Im using Win7 ultimate 32bit. or anything that happens to interest you. his comment is here am really fishing here....think i got the WAN back once by starting the remote manager.

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I uninstalled and reinstalled the software, but it did not correct the problem. but IF you are a consumer concerned about quality, look for the mouse or keyboard or monitor or external drive that has a seal on it that says it's approved by Already have an account? Problem resolved.

I copied them from my desktop and transferred to the laptop, rebooted, and voila. some forums suggested not to delete this folder rtbackup... the ability to come to a decision.