Then start all other services that begin with Blackberry in any order you wish.
If this does not produce the errors listed above in the Application event logs, then you have just confirmed that it is a race condition with the services starting. The problem can be safely ignored if all services are completing startup despite the errors.
Otherwise, you can make the services dependent on each other to eliminate the problem from having the ability of occurring.
To make the services dependent -
Open Registry Editor - Start > Run > Type REGEDIT and Click OK
Navigate to the key - [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Services \ BlackBerry Controller
Edit the DependOnService Value to include Blackberry Dispatcher
Double click the DependOnService and type Blackberry Dispatcher on a separate line (Be careful not to change any of the existing entries.
Navigate to the key - [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Services \ Blackberry Dispatcher
Edit the DependOnService Value to include Blackberry Router
Navigate the remaining keys that Begin with Blackberry under [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Services and Edit the DependOnService Value to include BlackBerry Controller
You may need to add the DependOnService Value to some of the keys. To do this, make sure the specific key is highlighted on the left and right click on the right and click NEW > Multi-String Value.
Name the Value DependOnService and hit enter to accept. Then add the BlackBerry Controller in the Data.
Now restart your computer for the setting to take effect.