Error 1058, when the specified service cannot be started, because it is disabled itself, or all devices associated with it, appears when you try to start the service in Windows 11 Task Manager.
Most often, error 1058 appears when the Windows Update service starts and is related to a problem due to changes in the settings of dependent other services. For example, if you disabled the DCOM or RPC service, then the windows update service will not work correctly.
In this guide, we will explain what to do and how to fix when error code 1058 appears when starting services in Windows 11. An example will be parsed on the Windows Update Service.
Fix Error 1058: The Service Cannot be Started in Windows 11
Press Win + R and enter services.msc to open services. Double-click the service that is causing the 1058 error and stop it if it is running. Then select the ” Automatic ” startup type and start the service.
If it doesn’t help, then go to the “Dependencies” tab and remember the associated services. You need to find and launch the work of the “Launcher processes DCOM-server” and “RPC Endpoint Mapper” to service Update to run without errors. Then return to the main service and repeat step 1.
A note on the WU service
If you have used a third-party program to disable updates, then some programs create their services as ” StopUpdateGuard “, which will block Windows Update. In this case, you must reinstall the program, if uninstalled, and re-disable and enable updates. Also, make sure that in services you have no running services from these blocking programs.
If you turned off Windows 11 updates through Group Policy or the Registry Editor, then find a similar instruction on the Internet and do the opposite.