Stephen de Souza said:
What does this mean and how do I correct this problem ?
Which Service are you trying to start? A lot of them are dependent on other Services higher up the processes tree and if they aren't started, neither can the lower ones.
Guessing you want the Wireless Zero Configuration Service, go Start then Run and in the open box, type services.msc and hit Enter. Scroll through the alphabetic list to the W's and double click the WZC. Check that it's set to Automatic and click on the Dependences tab and note all those Services on which WZC depends. Check each to see that they're started and if not, why not.