Why Do I Get Error 1075 when Trying to Start the National Instruments mDNS Responder Service?
Primary Software: Utility Software>>Measurement & Automation Explorer
Primary Software Version: 5.0
Primary Software Fixed Version: N/A
Secondary Software: N/A
I want to start the National Instruments mDNS Responder Service or one of its dependencies. When I try to start it, I get the following message:
Error 1075: The dependency service does not exist or had been marked for deletion.
How can I get rid of this error and start the service?
The error indicates that one or more services cannot be located, have been deleted, or are corrupt.
To correct this, repair Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX); this will ensure that all of MAX's dependencies are installed and/or repaired appropriately. From your start menu, select Control Panel. Once the control panel opens, double click Programs and Features.
From the Uninstall or change a program list, find and double-click National Instruments Software.
From the National Instruments Software window, scroll to find NI Measurement & Automation Explorer. Select it and click Repair.
After the repair you will be prompted to re-start your computer. Once restarted, the service should be properly installed and can be started without error.
*Note that the above images and instructions are based in the Windows 7 Operating System
AE KB 5COK6RJT: Why do I Get Error 1920 or 1075 when Installing the NI TPC Service on a Third Party Windows XP Embedded Target
AE KB 42HG08DD: Why Do I Get a Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) Database Connection Error?
Report Date: 05/07/2012
Last Updated: 09/09/2013
Document ID: 5X6ATH10