could not start dhcp client service error 1053
cannot start Error 1053 Discussion in 'Hardware' started by b0ardpunk, Nov 23, 2006. b0ardpunk Private E-2 I trying to fix my parents computer it is Windows XP SP2. The internet was working and suddenly quit. I spent all day trying the normal windows could not start the dhcp client service on local computer error 5 fixes, reset routers, modems etc. The wireless card detects the network but cannot obtain an IP address.
Windows Could Not Start The Dhcp Client Service On Local Computer Error 1079I went to services manager and discovered the the DHCP client server cannot start. When set to automatic the DHCP client gets stuck on starting, windows could not start the dhcp server service on local computer but never starts, so I set it to manual to try and stop it, no luck. I rebooted then attempted to start the DHCP manually it didn't work but I did receive an error message this time "Could not start DHCP windows could not start the dns client service on local computer error 5 client server on local computer. Error 1053 The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion. Also when I try to manually renew the IP address through Dos prompt ipconfig /renew I get an error that the RPC server is unavailable. I need help I have no other ideas of how to fix this problem. There are no other problems using wireless to access the internet on any other computers. b0ardpunk, Nov 23, 2006 #1 theefool
An Error Occurred In Initializing Dhcpv4. Error Code Is 0x5Geekified Hrm, there shouldn't be a need to run the DHCP server client, since, the computer in question, should be given the ip from the router. Though, DHCP client service should be running. Does the nic have "automaically configure" for both IP and DNS? theefool, Nov 24, 2006 #2 b0ardpunk Private E-2 The problem is that the DHCP client can't start. When i configure the nic for automatic the computer can't get an ip address. However when i put one in it says I'm connected and it shows packet transfers but I can't access any websites or use email or use the internet in anyway. I can't even ping through the command prompt. b0ardpunk, Nov 24, 2006 #3 Corporal Punishment Administrator Staff Member Are you logging in as admin when trying to start and stop the services? Not doing so could cause that sort of problem. Instead of automatic, did you try manual in the tcp/ip properties? Go to one of the other machine that work... Type IPCONFIG /ALL in a dos prompt and then type in whatever the dns server should be in that machine that is giving you issues, tcp/ip properties. Not really a fix, but a work around that should work. Corporal Punishment, Nov 24, 2006 #4 RickM Private First Class I am not an expert on the DHCP client server. But I dont think thats the issue, you are not running DHCP, but the router should supply the address. A
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Windows Could Not Start The Dhcp Client Service On Local Computer Error 126Premium (64-bit) 3 posts Limited connectivity, DHCP Client not starting Hi. I used to be able to connect to the internet before with no problems. 2 wks ago, the Wireless connection started showing "LIMITED CONNECTIVITY", though, it can http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/dhcp-cannot-start-error-1053.108372/ see all the wifi networks available in the area. Other computers and wifi enabled devices can all connect easily to the same network. I've tried the following solutions(from the forums) already: -re-installing drivers, disabling-enabling network adapters -made sure the passwords are correct -disabling firewalls -turning on-off (5mins) the router +PC -removing and reloading the network -scanned software/hardware for problems thru built in "vaio care" (indicated that everything is running normally) I also tried to run the Network Diagnostics but this error msg http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/197132-limited-connectivity-dhcp-client-not-starting.html always appear= "The Diagnostics Policy Service is not running."- even if i run it as an administrator.. Checked the Local Services and found out that DHCP Client is not running- Tried starting it several times but it won't start and this error msg always appear "Windows could not start the DHCP CLient service on local Comp. Error 5: Access is denied." I'd appreciate any help/assistance/idea from anyone. Been trying to sort this one out for 4 days now, and still found no solution. Thanks for taking time in reading this. PC details: SonyVaio E-series, Intel i5, Windows 7 HomePremium (64-bit) My System Specs OS Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) vaiolady View Public Profile Find More Posts by vaiolady . 14 Nov 2011 #2 2xg Win7 & Win8 64bit 2,381 posts SoCal Welcome to SF, Have tried a System Restore? Restore it to a point where you were able to wireless connect. System Restore Verify that all your Network Services are Started from Control Panel and its Dependencies. Click on start and type services.msc press enter. • COM+ Event System (for WZC issues) • Computer Browser • DHCP Client • DNS Client • Network Connections • Network Location Awareness • Remote Procedure Call (RPC) • Server • TCP/IP Netbios helper • WLAN AutoConfig • Workstation My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Lenovo Desktop/Samsung Laptop OS Win7 & Win8 64bit CPU Intel i5 Internet Speed Charter-20 Mbps Antivirus Avast Browser F
a Windows 2003 Small business Server. The site had a Westell modem handling dhcp and it would not allow proper configuration of dns for active directory. As a result we disabled DHCP on the westell and went forward configuring dhcp on the server. I started by installing DHCP but quickly found the service would not start. After checking the event viewer I was greeted by: Event ID: 1053 DhcpServer The DHCP/BINL service on this computer running Windows Server 2003 for Small Business Server has encountered another server on this network with IP Address, 10.100.10.10, belonging to the domain: After a bit of research I found a fix - It's a bit of a workaround but since the westell kept insisting on broadcasting that it was a dhcp server even though it was disabled I didn't have much for options. It turns out that SBS 2003 has built in rogue DHCP server detection and when it finds another server it prevents the dhcp service from starting. To disable the rouge detection enter the following dword registry key and start your dhcp server service. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\DHCPServer\Parameters] "DisableRogueDetection"=dword:00000001 Keep in mind that your server will not warn you when another dhcp server is present on your network so keep this in mind and use with caution. In my particular environment this was not an issue or a concern. February 20, 2008 | Filed Under Microsoft, SBS 2003 Comments Logging In... Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook or CommentName EmailNot published Website 2 Replies 2 Comments 0 Tweets 0 Facebook 0 Pingbacks Last reply was February 24, 2014 Raj View October 8, 2008 I gone through the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\DHCPServer\Parameters] â€śDisableRogueDetectionâ€ť=dword:00000001 and it was very nice solution. Thanks jobab View February 24, 2014 yup… this one did the job đź™‚ 10x a lot About My name is Jeremy Roe. I'm a Network Engineeer and Business Owner in La Crosse, WI. My business puts me in front of a variety of clients and projects every day, th