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Error 1075 The Dependency Service Has Been Marked For Deletionstarted by SquidProject, Jun 10, 2010. Thread Status: Not open for further error 1075 the dependency service does not exist security center replies. Advertisement SquidProject Thread Starter Joined: Jun 10, 2010 Messages: 7 Greetings, I am having a major DHCP error dhcp client error 1053 on my girlfriend's laptop. I am primarily a Linux user so I'm kinda lost here as her machine is running XP. It's a Dell XPS M1210 which, conveniently, did not https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/915162 come with a recovery CD or even partition. Anyway, a few weeks ago her wireless network device stopped working. It would look like it was connecting, but it would hang on "Acquiring network address." At first I thought maybe the device was shot, until I had the chance to test out the wired ethernet, which has the same problem. After quite a https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-dhcp-error-1075.928437/ bit of googling, I ran services.msc, and saw that DHCP is not running. When I try to start it from that menu, however, I get this message: "Could not start the DHCP Client service on Local computer. Error 1075: The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion." After more googling, I discovered that DHCP has only 3 dependencies: TCP/IP, AFD, and NetBt. I checked the registry, and those were the only ones listed. After even more googling, I ran devmgmt.msc and selected "show hidden devices" and double clicked on "non plug and play devices." I TCP/IP and AFD are both there. NetBt, however, is not. I've spent hours doing further googling and tried pretty much every fix I could find and nothing seems to work. If the PC had shipped with a recovery CD I imagine this would be easy to fix but alas no luck. I need to get this working so I can set up my new internets and I'm totally at a loss...appreciate any help I can get. SquidProject, Jun 10, 2010 #1 Sponso