Hasphl 2010: A Powerful Tool for HASP HL Dongle Protection and Licensing
How to Fix Hasphl 2010 Error 1068.rar
If you are trying to use Hasphl 2010 to dump and emulate HASP HL dongles, you may encounter an error message that says "Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start". This error can prevent you from running the Hasphl 2010 emulator and accessing the protected software. In this article, we will explain what Hasphl 2010 is, why it causes error 1068, and how to fix it with three possible solutions.
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What is Hasphl 2010 and why does it cause error 1068?
Hasphl 2010 is a tool that allows you to dump and emulate HASP HL dongles
HASP HL dongles are hardware devices that are used for software protection and licensing. They are plugged into the USB port of your computer and contain a unique ID and encryption keys that allow you to run the software that requires them. However, some users may want to use Hasphl 2010, a tool that allows you to dump the data from the dongle and create a virtual dongle that can be emulated on your computer. This way, you can use the software without having to plug in the physical dongle every time.
Error 1068 occurs when the dependent services are not started or configured properly
To run Hasphl 2010, you need to have some services enabled on your computer. These services are WLAN AutoConfig, Dhcp, Eaphost, and others. They are responsible for managing your wireless network connection, assigning IP addresses, and authenticating network access. If these services are not started or configured properly, you may get an error message that says "Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start". This means that Hasphl 2010 cannot access the network resources it needs to emulate the dongle.
How to fix error 1068 by restarting the WLAN AutoConfig service
One of the simplest ways to fix error 1068 is to restart the WLAN AutoConfig service. This service is responsible for configuring your wireless network settings and connecting you to a wireless network. Sometimes, this service may stop working or get corrupted due to various reasons. Restarting it can refresh its settings and resolve any issues. Here are the steps to do it:
Step 1: Open the Services window
On your keyboard, press Windows + R keys together to open the Run dialog box. Type services.msc and press Enter. This will open the Services window where you can see all the services running on your computer.
Step 2: Restart or start the WLAN Auto Config service
In the Services window, scroll down and find the WLAN AutoConfig service. Right-click on it and select Restart. If the service is not running, select Start instead. This will restart or start the service and its dependencies.
Step 3: Set the Startup type to Automatic
After restarting or starting the WLAN AutoConfig service, right-click on it again and select Properties. In the Properties window, go to the General tab and find the Startup type option. Click on the drop-down menu and select Automatic. This will ensure that the service starts automatically when you boot your computer.
Step 4: Reboot your computer and check if the error is resolved
After setting the Startup type to Automatic, click OK to save the changes and close the Properties window. Then, reboot your computer and try to run Hasphl 2010 again. If the error is resolved, you should be able to emulate the dongle without any problems.
How to fix error 1068 by repairing your registry
Another possible way to fix error 1068 is to repair your registry. The registry is a database that stores various settings and configurations for your system and applications. Sometimes, the registry may get corrupted or damaged due to malware, power outages, or improper operations. This can cause some services to fail or malfunction. Repairing your registry can restore its integrity and functionality. Here are the steps to do it:
Step 1: Open the Registry Editor
On your keyboard, press Windows + R keys together to open the Run dialog box. Type regedit and press Enter. This will open the Registry Editor where you can edit the registry entries.
Step 2: Export and edit the Dhcp key
In the Registry Editor, navigate to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Dhcp. Right-click on it and select Export. Save the file as Dhcp.reg on your desktop or any other location you prefer. This will create a backup of the key in case something goes wrong.
Then, double-click on the Dhcp.reg file to open it with Notepad or any other text editor. Find the line that says "DependOnService" and make sure it has only two values: Afd and Tcpip. If there are any other values, delete them and save the file.
Step 3: Export and edit the Eaphost key
In the Registry Editor, navigate to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Eaphost. Right-click on it and select Export. Save the file as Eaphost.reg on your desktop or any other location you prefer. This will create a backup of the key in case something goes wrong.
Then, double-click on the Eaphost.reg file to open it with Notepad or any other text editor. Find the line that says "DependOnService" and make sure it has only one value: RpcSs. If there are any other values, delete them and save the file.
Step 4: Close the Registry Editor and reboot your computer
After editing and saving both files, close them and return to the Registry Editor. Close it as well and reboot your computer. Then, try to run Hasphl 2010 again and see if the error is fixed.
How to fix error 1068 by updating your network adapter driver
A third possible way to fix error 1068 is to update your network adapter driver. The network adapter driver is a software that allows your computer to communicate with your network device and connect to a wireless network. Sometimes, this driver may be outdated, corrupted, or incompatible with your system or Hasphl 2010. Updating it can improve its performance and compatibility and resolve any issues. Here are the steps to do it:
Step 1: Identify your network adapter model and manufacturer
To update your network adapter driver, you need to know what model and manufacturer of your network adapter are. You can find this information by following these steps:
On your keyboard, press Windows + X keys together and select Device Manager from the menu.
In the Device Manager window, expand the Network adapters category and find your wireless network adapter.
Right-click on it and select Properties.
In the Properties window, go to the Details tab and find the Hardware Ids option in the drop-down menu.
You should see a string of numbers and letters that indicate your network adapter model and manufacturer.
Note down this information or take a screenshot . Thank you for reading!
Here are some frequently asked questions about Hasphl 2010 and error 1068:
Q: Is Hasphl 2010 legal?
A: Hasphl 2010 is a tool that allows you to dump and emulate HASP HL dongles. It is not illegal to use it for personal or educational purposes, as long as you own the original dongle and the software license. However, it is illegal to use it for commercial or malicious purposes, such as cracking, pirating, or distributing the software without permission. We do not condone or support any illegal activities with Hasphl 2010.
Q: What are the system requirements for Hasphl 2010?
A: To use Hasphl 2010, you need to have the following system requirements:
A Windows operating system (XP, Vista, 7, 8, or 10)
A USB port for the dongle or the emulator
A network adapter with a wireless connection
A compatible HASP HL dongle and software
Q: What are the alternatives to Hasphl 2010?
A: If you are looking for other tools that can dump and emulate HASP HL dongles, you can try the following alternatives:
HASP Emulator Professional Edition: A software that can emulate HASP HL dongles on any number of computers.
Donglify: A software that can share HASP HL dongles over the network and access them remotely.
HASP SRM Emulator: A software that can emulate HASP SRM dongles, which are newer versions of HASP HL dongles.
Q: How can I contact the developers of Hasphl 2010?
A: Hasphl 2010 is developed by a team of programmers who call themselves Team EDGE. You can contact them by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit their website at http://www.hasp-emulator.com/ for more information and updates.
Q: How can I get more help with Hasphl 2010 and error 1068?
A: If you need more help with Hasphl 2010 and error 1068, you can try the following resources:
The official user manual of Hasphl 2010, which contains detailed instructions and screenshots on how to use the tool.
The official forum of Hasphl 2010, where you can ask questions, share tips, and get support from other users and developers.
The Microsoft support website, where you can find solutions and troubleshooters for various Windows errors and issues.