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Windows 7: Almost nothing works after several verified updates

27 Oct 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
Almost nothing works after several verified updates

I am using a genuine windows 7 ultimate 64bit on a Fujitsu sh560 and I have recently updated various drivers (a complete list is below) from the Fujitsu website itself. These were intended for my laptop model and have been verified by my computer. I installed them all at once before restarting my system. Upon logging on to my computer, I notice that windows aero doesn't work and neither does my internet, my sound system, and my fingerprint scanner. I can not roll back any drivers, I cannot use recovery, and i cannot start any services without getting an error message of 1068. I then went to task manager and it has a completely depleted list of running processes from my previous startups.

Drivers updated:
Audio driver by realtek
Modem driver by atheros
Chipset driver by Intel
Fujitsu BIOS driver
Fujitsu camera driver
Biometric Device driver by authentec

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27 Oct 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Maybe that BIOS update did something bad to machine? Applying BIOS updates is very risky. Also those chipset updates can be dangerous also.

This is error code explanation from Microsoft site:

ERROR_SERVICE_DEPENDENCY_FAIL 1068 (0x42C) The dependency service or group failed to start.

In other site somebody had similar kind of error and it is caused by registry corruption.

Did your computer worked properly before these updates?
If it did you have forgotten old saying: If it is not broken then don't fix it.
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