1. Your computer has automatically configured the IP address for the network card with network address 0012F00570D0. The IP address being used is 169.254.43.165. NEXT EVENT: System detected that network adapter \Device\TCPIP_(FEC…..) was connected to the network and has initiated normal operation over network adapter.
2. DCOM got error: â€śService cannot be started, either bec. It is disabled or it has no enabled devices associated with itâ€ť attempting to start the service â€śwuauservâ€ť with arguments in order to run the server: (E6068….)
Information that may be of use:
1.My laptop has a wireless network connection (Road Runner) through a Dell router
2. I do not share my laptop with any other computer. However many event viewer events indicate that I have a lot of services that (to me) suggest are configured as though I am on a network (e.g. Remote access manager entered running state, State Server starts listening with 3 listeners, SSDP Discovery Service entered running state, network location service is running,) I'm afraid to disable services because I don't know what I need to connect.
3. In Network Connections, my 1394 Connection 2 (Net adapter 2) and my wireless network connection (Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG) are connected. My Loacal Area Connection is unplugged (Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated controller) is unplugged.
4.In Wireless Network Properties ("WNP"), the intel pro/wireless 2200BG is the connector. The following are used: Client for Microsoft Networks, Trend Micro Firewall, Intel Wireless Connection Agent, QoS Packet Scheduler, AEGIS Protocol (IEEE 802.1x) v 188.8.131.52), WLAN Transport, and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Under TCP/IP, General, "Obtain an IP address automatically" is clicked. Under Alternate Config. "Auto. private IP address" is clicked.
5. In 1394 Net Adapter #2, I am connected with the 1394 adapter #2. Client for microsoft networks, file and printer sharing for microsoft networks (which I have no need for?), and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) are clicked. Nothing else is there. Properties for TCP/IP are grayed out.
Edited by notsosmart1, 13 March 2007 - 12:25 PM.