Event 7000: A general note about this event - potentially any service may cause this to be recorded so there could be 1000s of variants. Missing or corrupted files, insufficient rights, missing registry entries, antivirus software, faulty hardware, software bugs and probably many other reasons may cause a service to fail in the starting process. The Service Control Manager that handles the startup of services simply records the failure.
If your system have printer, usb one, then this will error will happened, here work around if that the case:
1) Delete the following files: DS1410D.SYS IB10E32.DLL This will disable any parallel port operation. 2) Remove the following registry key: Remove the DS1410D key under: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services This will disable the operating system trying to load the DS1410D.SYS driver at bootup. (edit the registry at your own risk!) 3) Reboot (for the current driver and service to be unloaded from memory).
- If you are unable to delete IB10E21.dll you could change the ext to a .ddl and did everything else and rebooted. Then you will be able to delete the file.
This only apply tho if you have printer drivers issue, again, this could be anything, like user right not setup and a like as the first quote.