You might not have much idea what your firewall does for your computer. So when an error particular to your firewall arises and prevents you from being able to surf the internet freely, you might not know what to do. In this article, we’ll show you how to fix Error 1068.
This error is caused by a dependency service failing to start the firewall. This usually occurs when you attempt to turn on your internet and connect.
1. In the Run window, type in services.msc and click OK. This will launch the Services app.
2. In the list of services shown in the window, look for WLAN AutoConfig and right-click on the icon. In the drop-down menu, click on Restart. If this option is not available, select Start.
3. Make a double-click on the icon again. (WLAN AutoConfig)
4. The properties will open. Choose the Startup Type and select Automatic. Click on Apply, then hit OK to apply and save the changes.
5. Restart your PC to see the changes.
1. In the Run window, type in regedit then click OK.
2. Allow the application to make the changes to your device by clicking on Yes.
3. The Registry Editor window will now open. Look for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE folder. Then, under it, look for SYSTEM. Then, go to CurrentControlSet folder. In that folder, find the Services folder and open it.
4. Find Dhcp folder and right-click on it. Click on Export in the drop-down menu. Assign a name for this and Save. Use this file to restore if something goes wrong during this step.
5. Inside the Dhcp folder. Look for DependonService file and double-click on it. A window will open. Highlight all the terms in the value data leaving out Afd. Delete all these terms.
6. Then, find Eaphost folder and Export it. Do the same step for backup of Dhcp.
7. Inside the Eaphost folder. Look for DependonService file and double-click on it. A window will open. Highlight all the terms in value data and delete.
8. Exit Registry Editor and restart your PC. See if the error still persists.
1. Find the physical switch of your router and turn it off. After a few seconds, turn it on back again.
2. If your router doesn’t have any switch, simply unplugging it from the outlet and then plugging it back in will do the trick.
1. Press Windows + X on your keyboard to launch Win X or Power User Menu.
2. Go to Control Panel by typing it in the Search bar or looking for it in the Start menu.
3. In Control Panel, click on Troubleshooting
4. Under Troubleshooting, click on Network And Internet.
5. This will show a list of services you can troubleshoot.
6. Click on Internet Connections to launch the troubleshooter.
7. The Troubleshooter window will now open. Select Advanced. Then, choose Run as administrator to proceed.
8. Click on Next. Just follow the instructions provided.
9. You may also opt to troubleshoot Network Adapter.
1. Click on the Network and Sharing Center.
2. Select Change adapter settings. Look for your wireless adapter. Right-click on the icon and check if the adapter is enabled. Choose Enable in the drop-down menu if the adapter is disabled.
3. If the adapter is set to enabled, click on Disable in the drop-down menu. Then, enable it back again to perform the reset.
1. Go to Command Prompt by pressing on Windows + X on your keyboard. Then, choose to run Command Prompt as administrator. You can also do this by typing in Command Prompt in the Search bar or Run.
2. Type in sfc /scannow in the command line then press Enter
3. The System File Checker will scan your whole computer for broken files and attempt to repair them.
4. You may need to reboot your PC to see the results.
1. Go to the website of your wireless card’s manufacturer. You can make a simple Google search to do this.
2. On the support section of the website, look for the specific support on your product. You may do this by typing in the product name and the product number.
3. You will now see the available drivers compatible with your wireless card. Download the latest one and the one that’s suited for your current version of Windows. Save this on a USB flash drive.
4. Go to Device Manager by typing it in the Search bar or Run dialog box.
5. Click on Device Manager to launch the program.
6. Click on Network Adapters and find your wireless adapter. Right-click on this and choose Uninstall in the drop-down menu.
7. Choose Delete the driver software for this device and then confirm the deletion. Click OK to apply the changes. Then, reboot your PC.
8. Once the system reboots, you may now install the driver using your USB flash drive. Just plug in your flash drive into your computer and follow the instructions.
Firewall is an important part of your internet surfing activity. Errors involving this might seem daunting at first because you don’t know what to do. Hopefully, any of the fixes above will help you solve this.