Go Control Panel
START the service please.
Remote Procedure call
Start the service please
On both services click dependencies and start those services please.
All of these should respond with a message the service has been successfully started
You have UAC turned off - do you know if you did this please.
Should I Disable UAC When I Install My Applications & Turn It On Afterward ?
The biggest annoyance level for users is when you install Windows 7 and all your daily applications. At this time you can receive lots of UAC prompts and you might be tempted to disable it temporarily, while you install all your applications and enable it back when done. In some scenarios this can be a bad idea. Certain applications, which make lots of system changes can fail to work once you turn on UAC after their installation and they will work if you install them with UAC turned on. The failures happen because, when UAC is turned off, the virtualization techniques used by UAC for all applications are inactive. This causes certain user settings and files to be installed to a different place and no longer work when UAC is turned back on. To avoid these problems, it is better to have UAC turned on at all times.
and please turn it on to default level, that is Control panel User Accounts - change UAC settings
PLEASE DO ALL of these logged on to your usual admin account
Then try again please.