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need EAP host service for win7 x64


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#1 jbokh

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 09:10 PM

When trying to start EAPhost services get error 1075: could not start because a dependency service could not be found or has been marked for deletion (not verbatim).

The Extensible Authentication Host Service has been deleted from starting with the registry with hijack this or something similar (not really sure my broter broked it somehow). I was hoping someone could export the EapHost key from:
HKLM/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Services/...
using a good vista or win 7 and post the text here so I could try importing it.
I'm pretty sure I've done this before and it worked.
Any other suggestions on how to fix this are appreciated.

Running windows 7 x64 fyi

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Posted 19 July 2010 - 02:45 AM

I would try performing a system repair with the Windows 7 Disk instead of using someone's registry entry. That way you can make sure that any other damage that has been done can be repaired.

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Posted 20 July 2010 - 10:04 PM

You can repair???? This I did not know, thought it was same as vista.
For the record though, the fix I spoke of did work eventually. I first got a good copy from the location I said above and exported to a flash, then deleted the service and registry entries completely and lastly imported the good entries. I say eventually because it didn't work at first and I'm not sure why...... maybe just needed one more restart to work but I was tinkering with the EapHost settings, but ended up with the defaults.

Hope that helps someone.




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