Cannot start printing sooler in vista error1068

SINA Vista Home premium.  You want to reinstall the printer Hp OfficeJet 6500 E709n.  Does not install the Hp drivers.  Download the error print spooler not started.

With the help of the Services tried to start the print spooler.  Download error 1068 dependencies not started.  Verified the remote procedure call.  It is started.  DCOM active. It is started.  What can I do next.

If you right-click on the Service and choose Properties there is a list of dependencies tab 
 
Start the services listed.
 
This is easily done.
 
Click Start - All Programs - Accessories - right on command prompt and choose run as administrator. Type (or copy the lines below and a blank line under and right click in the command prompt window and select Paste). This will start the dependent services in the correct order. Then activate it once started.
 

sc start dcomlaunch
sc start RpcSs
sc config HTTP start= auto
sc start HTTP
sc config spooler start= auto
sc start spooler

 
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