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windows 7 audio service not running

Q: windows 7 audio service not running

i have no sound latest changes made to my dell insperion 1501 laptop was a security update and my computer restarted while playing plants vs. zombies
i have an icon in my taskbar that looks like a sound icon but with a red circle and white X
i checked out my services
audio services for windows that arent running
Windows Audio - needed for windows audio endpoint builder
Windows Audio Endpoint Builder
Multimedia Class Scheduler - needed for windows audio

i try to manual start them and they wont boot due to some services arent running that it depends on
and Multimedia Class Scheduler gives error 193: 0xc1 Windows could not start the Multimedia Class Scheduler on Local Computer

Reformat is really what i want to put off to last resort please help me

A: windows 7 audio service not running

Edit:

not a audio driver i wish it was it would of been so much easier to fix
i am experienced with computer problems as im going for the COMPtia A+ certification
i uninstalled my sound driver and let windows 7 reinstall it for me and no luck
downloaded the driver of of dells website for SigmaTel High Definition Audio Codec and it says its the wrong driver

Now i cant play videos now when i go to watch them i get this error C:\Users\Ethan\Downloads\Movie.(avi, wmv, mp4, ect)
Server Execution failed
along with aim i get an error saying
C:\Windows\systen32\AVRT.DLL is either no designed to run on Windows or it contains and error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support
that message comes up each time i send an im but it allows me to chat so idk is windows 7 just another Vista?

now when i start up windows 7 i get this message when i log on The procedure entry point [email protected]@@SAXXZ could not be located in the dynamic link library libcmmn.dll.

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On occasion when i boot up im getting a red cross on my volume control in the tray and hovering over it it says the "audio service is not running" but the service is running, i get sound and everything is working fine. Looking at the services i find windows audio service and yep its running fine & set to automatic but there is still the red cross in my tray?

at the moment im having to "restart" this service to get rid of the notification and the red cross but its a pain.

Only happens about 20% of the time.

I have the latest sound drivers.

have done a search but its all about this service failing to start & giving errors etc.

any ideas anyone,

Thx all,
JackDinn.

A:Windows Audio service not running ! But it is ?

Isee that you have listed: OS Windows 7 Ultimate Media Center Edition.

Hmm. Maybe there's a connection.

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I've been having some audio trouble with my Dell Vostro desktop for a month or so. It says audio service not running. If I Turn on dependent services it will shut off when I try to use sound.
What I've TriedSystem Restore (Won't restore)
Turning on all dependent services
Replacing audiosrv.dll with new file from windows restore disk
SFC /scannow (Has a bunch of errors. Will provide cbs.log if needed.



Please help.
Thanks.

A:Windows Audio service is not running.

With all the SFC/scannow errors I would suspect an OS problem.

I think Dell has a "repair my system" option in their recovery. F8 at power on will get you to the Dell restore options.

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This is a difficult problem for me to put into words, but I am just getting progressively more annoyed as time goes on, so I'll be quick.

Basically, my audio has a tendency to stop working (as in red x over sound icon) at complete random, and despite fixing the supposed "problem" of "audio is too low", it still does this and with seemingly increasing frequency. I have noticed some minor details that happen when this occurs:

1) While inconsistent, it tends to happen right after I open some applications, although this is somewhat random.
2) When it does happen, and I check up the playback devices via right clicking the sound icon, they are completely gone even if the devices are completely plugged in. It's only after I normally click on the icon do they come back after a short period.
3) I check the "Services" and the Windows Audio is off despite the fact that it is automatic. Restarting it only keeps it on for as long as possible until the next random shutoff.
4) It also tends to automatically occur the very moment I log into my account on my computer, so I always end up having to turn it back on.

I am at my wits end here, and I am hoping this place can provide some answers. My computer is a Windows 7 Dell, and I'll try to provide more information if I can.

I AM NOT TECH SAVVY.
 

A:Windows Audio Service is not running

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on my HP all-in-one computer, windows 8.1 was auto installed - the sound worked fine for a day, now it doesnt - also, i cant access the control panel - how can i fix this, and where can i get a free update or audio device?

A:Windows 8.1, audio service is not running

Although you don't have sound, the Operating System problems are really the problem. If you can't access the Control Panel, it looks like the 8.1 has corrupted your system.

This forum section is probably more applicable to your system problems.

http://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/

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i have windows vista Ultimate. i have no sound coz of Windows Audio Service won't start ( even its automatic or manually).

and Sound card: Realtek High Definition Audio have latest driver instaled running fine on Device Manger. (This device is working properly.)

but on Sevices>>> Windows Audio Service i can't start/run windows Audio. Windows Audio Endpoint Buidler is running fine.

i have tried following 2 method but still not working
1)
windows Audio >> Properties >> logon tab >> i have check on "Local system Account"
but when i try to start i get follwoing error
Windows couldnot start the Windows Audio Service on Local computer.
Error 1079: the account specified for the service is diffrent from the account specified for other service running in the same process.
2)
windows Audio >> Properties >> logon tab >> i have check on this account "Local Services"
but when i try to start i get follwoing error
Windows couldnot start the Windows Audio Service on Local computer.
Error 1297: Aprevilege that the service require to function properly doesnot exist in the service account configuration. you may use the services microsoft management console (mmc) snap-in (services.msc) and the local security settings mmc snap-in (secpol.msc) to view the service configuration and the account configuration.

please help thanks
 

A:Windows Vista the audio service is not running

here is event log error message. when i try run/start Audio Service on Services please help.



The Windows Audio service failed to start due to the following error:

The account specified for this service is different from the account specified for other services running in the same process.



System


- Provider

[ Name] Service Control Manager
[ Guid] {555908D1-A6D7-4695-8E1E-26931D2012F4}
[ EventSourceName] Service Control Manager

- EventID 7000

[ Qualifiers] 49152

Version 0

Level 2

Task 0

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x80000000000000

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2007-09-04T00:11:23.000Z

EventRecordID 9309

Correlation

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 0
[ ThreadID] 0

Channel System

Computer LH-MESBNJ61IVSC

Security


- EventData


param1 Windows Audio
param2 %%1079
 

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I am expat living in China. Yesterday I suddenly received a message that said "the audio service is not running". It is possible that I have a virus because that day I had briefly listened to a couple of audio files from what I thought was a reputable Chinese learning site. I ran malwarebytes and did an online bitdefender scan, but nothing came up. I tried to do system restore but found out my system restore was not on. I've since turned it on.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 8.1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3630QM CPU @ 2.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 58 Stepping 9
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 8075 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000, -1984 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 704622 MB, Free - 576360 MB;
Motherboard: Intel, PLCSF8
Antivirus: AVG AntiVirus Free Edition 2015, Updated and Enabled
 

A:Solved: the audio service is not running, windows 8.1

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Hey,

I am having two issues, small but irritating; once I boot into Windows, my audio service is not running, it is set to automatic and it needed to be manually started (I have tried reinstalling my audio drivers)

I am also having issues with my network, my connection is "identifying" until I launch an application such as Spotify.

I hope this image can assist you in some way along with an ipconfig /all dump.








Quote:
Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hydrogen
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : cable.virginmedia.net

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : cable.virginmedia.net
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Realtek RTL8168D/8111D Family PCI-E Gigab
it Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.20)
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 6C-F0-49-7A-4A-E0
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::54cd:abf4:1535:3e1d%11(Preferred)
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.100(Preferred)
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : 31 December 2010 00:06:11
Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : 07 January 2011 00:06:11
Default Gateway . . . . ... Read more

A:Windows Audio Service is not running - Automatic

First thing I would try would be sfc/scannow to see if any system files have become corrupt.

Click start and type cmd, right click cmd and run as admin. Type into cmd sfc/scannow and enter, looking at your sys specs it wont take long.

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I had a pretty severe malware problem a few days ago.. Windows would start up and there would be a bunch of errors about WerFault.exe and NOTHING would run, not a single piece of software. Turned everything off, even a bunch of windows services and removed the malware, but now I can't turn the audio back on. The services show a bunch of different errors.

When I try to turn the service on

'Windows Audio' on Error 1068 Dependency service or group failed to start

'Windows Audio Endpoint Builder' 1722 RPC Server is unavailable

Remote Procedure Call and Locator are both set to automatic and have started alright.
Plug n Play is set to automatic and has started fine.
Multimedia Class Scheduler has started find and set to auto.

Hope someone can help me set this right Thanks for taking the time to read.

A:Windows Audio service not running after malware problem

Hello and welcome theone mat try running this - you will need to make a bootable disk though Download Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10

You might even try these if you haven't already - just to eliminate stuff
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/1538-sfc-scannow-command-system-file-checker.html
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/433-disk-check.html < if necessary include the /f and /r in the command line as per Option2

then these - I know you have cleared the malware but these take only a few minutes to so

http://www.superantispyware.com/
http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_free/
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/adwcleaner/
ADW download from bleeping computer delete any rubbish found with the malware scans
(NB If one is running Kaspersky security it may rant about ADW - just ignore it or disable Kaspersky while the ADW is being used)

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Hey everyone, so i come home one day and turn on my laptop, i go to play some music and i realize nothing is playing. I look at the speaker icon and it has a white x in a red circle over it. I tried to open the settings but it kept saying "one or more audio services are not running." So i tried enabling "Windows Audio" in the services.msc, but all it says is "Windows could not start the Windows Audio service on Local Computer, Error2: The system cannot find the file specified." So i assumed that there were no output devices that were recognized by my laptop. But then i realized that everyday for the past year I have been listening with the same headphones, so how could this happen out of the blue? I look on skype settings for example, and there are no speakers recognized, (not in the drop down box), and no mic etc. I am really worried, and this has happened before, and the company changed my motherboard. Although now I do not have warranty so i am nervous. I am just so confused as to how this could happen so randomly. Oh and I also tried updating my drivers from dell.support website, and nothing seems to work. Please help if possible, Thanks alot.

PS: please be very specific, because I am alright with computers but the simpler the better, Thanks.

-Stryde

A:The Audio Service is not running, Alienware M14x Windows 7 64-bit

Please fill in your specs for future reference.
First of all, I would recommend trying a system restore to a date before the problem appeared.
If that does not work, try right clicking My computer->Properties->Device Manager and see if there any driver that is showing with an exclamation mark. If so, please post the error code and the Hardware ID that you can find by right clicking the driver, going to Properties->Details and choosing "Hardware IDs" from the dropdown menu.
Also, try going intro Control Panel -> Sound and see if your speakers/headphones are recognized there.

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Hello, fellow... meh, I don't know.

OS: Windows 8.1 Pro
Processor: AMD FX-1400 Quad Core
RAM: 8.00 GB
Storage: 1.73 TB of 1.81 TB available
System Type: 64-bit Operating System, x64 based processor
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
A while ago, my PC was having some lag issues that made the computer practically unusable. I found out in msconfig that I had almost all services running. I disabled many of the services, and I made sure not disable the necessary ones (i.e, Windows Audio.) I restarted my computer and there was a red circle with a white "X" over the audio icon. I clicked on the icon. A window named "Playing Audio" opened. On the window was a bar similar to the one shown while loading/downloading something. Above the bar said "Detecting Problems" and then "Scanning for hardware changes...". This went on for about 10 seconds. After this, the window changed. At the top in blue was "Troubleshooting has completed". Under that was "The troubleshooter made some changes to your system. Try attempting the task you were trying to do before." In the center of the window was "Problems found-Hardware changes might not have been detected".
In the search bar, I typed "Manage audio devices". When I opened it up, the window told me that there were no audio devices installed. I have checked in Device management under "sound, video and gam... Read more

A:Windows 8.1 Audio Service not running (Error 1068/1058?)

The first thought, have you tried reinstalling the Sound Drivers? either from the motherboard vendor or if you have RealTek you can get the latest from RealTek and install that.

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As you can see I am having the problem of audio service not running. I have read a couple threads and tried to do the recovery but my control panel just freezes up. Please help with any further options.

Thanks

A:Windows audio service not running 8.1 (control panel freez

What you don't want to hear. Most of these have required a reinstall. I've seen quite a few and users have tried many things but in the end it took a reinstall.

Whatever reinstall procedure Toshiba has, would be my recommendation. Back up your user data (pictures, music, word files, etc) to some other media before the recovery as that is deleted on most recoveries.

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I recently installed Windows 8 Developer Preview, and everything is working smoothly except for one thing - there is no sound. There's a small icon in the lower right corner of the taskbar telling me that "The Audio Device is not running."
I tried starting it using services.msc, but when I try to, it gives me error 1297: "A privilege that the service requires to function properly does not exist in the service account configuration."
Can someone please help me? I have no idea what's going on.

A:Windows 8 Preview - The Audio Service is not running, error 1297.

Hi -

Please see - http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/For...0-18b7e775cfae

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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So about a month ago my sound crashed and stopped working on my Advent netbook laptop.
There is a red X and if I click on the sound icon then the trouble shooter automatically starts and gives me the message 'one or more audio service isn't running.'

On other forums I have read that if you go onto the device manager and disable and then enable the realtek sound manager then the sound should come back. This hasn't worked for me .

I'm not very computer savvy so if you have any suggestions for me could you please explain them in a way that I would understand because I'm trying to fix it on my own without having to pay.

Thanks.

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So! Basically every time I open my computer the audio icon has a smaller red X icon and tells me the Audio Service is not running. The point is my audio is crystal clear and my speakers work perfectly even if the X icon is present. if i just adjust the volume, the X icon goes away. And it's pretty frustrating to see that every time when i start my pc so..anyone knows how to help?

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I dont know much about computes so I searched the Title and came up with this same following problem. I tried what was suggested but it did not work.....

I have been having a problem with my audio not working at all it just says
audio service not running on the task bar. I checked in services and tried to
start the audio service and got the 1068 error. So i checked the dependencies
and found that Multimedia Class Scheduler was not running. When i tried
starting the service i got error 2: the system cannot find the specified
file.

I tried this.....

1. Click Start, and then type cmd in the Start Search box.
2. Right-click cmd in the Programs list, and then click Run as administrator.

If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click Continue

3. At the [COLOR=#3676a2! important][COLOR=#3676a2! important]command [COLOR=#3676a2! important]prompt[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR], the following line, and then press ENTER:

sfc /scannow

AND GOT BACK THIS......

Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Details are included in CBS.Log windir\Logs\CBS\CBS.Log.

Please Help!

A:Audio Service Not Running

Originally Posted by Ed Feist


I dont know much about computes so I searched the Title and came up with this same following problem. I tried what was suggested but it did not work.....

I have been having a problem with my audio not working at all it just says
audio service not running on the task bar. I checked in services and tried to
start the audio service and got the 1068 error. So i checked the dependencies
and found that Multimedia Class Scheduler was not running. When i tried
starting the service i got error 2: the system cannot find the specified
file.

I tried this.....

1. Click Start, and then type cmd in the Start Search box.
2. Right-click cmd in the Programs list, and then click Run as administrator.

If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click Continue

3. At the [COLOR=#3676a2! important][COLOR=#3676a2! important]command [COLOR=#3676a2! important]prompt[/color][/color][/color], the following line, and then press ENTER:

sfc /scannow

AND GOT BACK THIS......

Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Details are included in CBS.Log windir\Logs\CBS\CBS.Log.

Please Help!



Did you try starting the Remote Procedure Call service and then try enabling Windows Audio service?
Also, if this doesn't work, then you may also try a system restore.

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Someone know how to fix this ?

A:The Audio Service is not running .

the second answer on this page ought to be of some help...

Any solution to &#34;The Audio Service is not running&#34;&#63; - Microsoft Community

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Hi guys,

I know that this isn't a very rare problem, but I've tried most of the suggestions that have been posted to try and fix this issue but to no avail.

The title pretty much says it all. It turns and off randomly, but as soon as I play a YouTube video or do something that involves playing audio it turns back off again and goes back to the speaker with the red X. This also happens if I just click it.

It's worth noting that I did a fresh install of Windows 7 on Monday, so a system restore wouldn't achieve much.

I appreciate any help you may be able to give me in advance,

Cheers.

A:The Audio Service is not running

First thought, do you have the correct sound driver? If all you have is the generic, basic function High Definition Audio driver the first step is to install the correct sound driver.

I would also not use Chrome, for testing, and only use Internet Explorer or possibly Firefox and see if you still have the problem.

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Hello im new to the forums and my audio service says it is not running. i've gone onto services.msc and it says windows audio endpoint builder has started but when i try to start windows audio it says windows cold not star the audio service on local computer. Error 1079: the account specified for this service is different from the account specified for other services running in the same process.
Someone plz help im so confused.

A:The Audio Service Is Not Running!

Hiyya Jarrod and welcome Mate I am a bit confused too what exactly do you mean by your audio service?

In the meantime I found this via a Google - take a look at 714's answer.

The Audio Service Is Not Running + No Devices Found

In case you want to find that type msconfig in the Start window and it will come up as a small blue window - run as admin (I always right click and add to start menu for quick access) in this screen you can also set what you wnat to boot - see the tutorilal by Brink on optimising windows 7
Optimize Windows 7[2]=Performance Maintenance < very handy to get your machine running at least 20 - 25% faster if you don't mind losing transparenct etc.

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Hi there. Since I turned my laptop on from hibernate/sleep I have had a sound problem. I have a RED X marked on the "speakers/audio" icon on the taskbar. All my drivers / updates are up to date. I am using the Windows audio drivers as the Dell IDT ones are rubbish.

I have researched this via google...used all the so called solutions/fixes...but none of them work.

I used this:-

A high definition audio device may no longer work after you resume Windows Vista from hibernation or from sleep
It says the update is not relevant for me.

Tried uninstalling & reinstalling drivers... multiple restarts...still does not work..

Also booted via Vista disc(Dell provided)...it used startup fix....this did not work.

The above shows the services do not work. Even right clicking trying to start / restart it does not work...I get this error:-

I've even tried to get copies of those files via another Vista pc..but it says I cannot replace/delete files as I don't have priviledge...even though I am an ADMIN..

Furthermore sfc /scannow does not work

Whats going wrong here guys? I simply started up from a hibernation to find this error...& after 12 hours is really stressing me out now.. I do not want to reinstall Vista & loose my data...that would be my last resort (I'd back up data first)...

A:The Audio Service Is Not Running..HELP Please :(

dear jUsT2eXy
i am having same problem from last twodays....i am aslo looking for solution.....
regards
Dracula

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The other day I turned on my computer and my audio would not play. A small icon that resembles when the volume is muted is permanently displayed. When clicked, a window titled: "Playing Audio" opens and tries to troubleshoot the issue. It comes up with the following:

Problem found:
One or more audio services isn't running. Not fixed

Both the Windows Audio and the Windows Audio End Point Builder services must be running for audio to work correctly. At least one of these services isn't running.

Potential issues that were checked:
Check audio device. Issue not present
My computer is a Sony Vaio, model number SVS1512DCXB.
All important original drivers and applications can be found here.

In case you can't retrieve any information on my computer, important information is as follows:
64-bit Operating System12 GB RAMWindows 8.1
Under my device manager, for Sound, Video, and Game Controllers:
Intel(R) Display Audio
Realtek High Definition Audio

My question to this forum is where to go from here? I've already downloaded both the Realtek, but when I ran the program, it threw an Error message saying "Install Realtek Audio Driver Failure! Error -0001"

I'm not sure how to fix this problem, and am looking for advice on what to try next.

A:One or More Audio Service isn't Running

Damn, over 415 views and yet not one response. Can someone tell me what I'm missing to get some help or feedback?

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After many hours searching on google, and discovering more problems, I'm forced to plead ignorance/incompetence and request some help.

Heres the problem (I don't know where it stemmed from):

I turned on the computer one day to find the audio had stopped working. The audio symbol in the corner by the clock has a red circular 'X', and when I hover the mouse over it a pop up reads, 'The audio service is not running'.

When I right click the audio symbol the following options appear:

-open volume mixer (greyed out)
-playback devices
-recording devices
-sounds

When I click on 'sounds' it takes me to the sound menu which states under the tab 'playback devices' that there are no audio devices installed.

Also, when I go to device manager it is completly empty. I've looked at other forums and both problems appear to stem from Plug and Play issues.

However, when I go to Administrative Services there is no 'Plug and Play' option anywhere.

I've tried reinstalling the audio drivers from the HP/Compaq websites to no avail.


I just don't know what to do.

I have a Compaq Presario c700.

Please help!

A:'The Audio service is not running' - Please help!

Hello bubblegoose and welcome,

Have you ever used a "registry cleaner"? (If yes did you make a backup?)

Is your computer up to date with MS updates?

Do you have any burning software, such as Roxio,nero ect?

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I started up my computer a couple days ago to find that my sound wasn't working at all. When I hovered over the volume icon it says The Audio Service is not running and when I try to have Windows 7 troubleshoot, it says one or more audio service isn't running and that the problem has not been fixed.

I've gone into my services folder and looked at Windows Audio, Windows Audio Endpoint Builder, Multimedia Class Scheduler, and Plug and Play. All of them are set to start automatically, but none of them are started. When I try to manually start them I get the error message the "Windows could not start the service on Local Computer. Error 193: 0xc1." for every service.

I've gone through most of the threads on here that have similar problems, and nothing on there has helped so far. I've uninstalled and reinstalled drivers to no avail. When I go to manage audio devices, I get a message that says "the computer cannot play audio because the Windows Audio Service is not enabled. Would you like to enable it?" I choose yes and it brings me to the sound menu that should allow me to enable it, but that menu says that I have no audio device installed.

I'm not sure what else I can/need to do. Help!

A:The Audio Service is not running

i just got this error message after uploading the latest version of flash. I think the flast gave me the error message. My computer and my audio seem to be working correctly, though.

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This has appeared today. My PC crashed then reset and did something while starting up and now it says "The Audio Service is not running" and my internet says Connections Status: Unknown and Access Is Denied. I've trying the registry edit and starting up Windows Audio, which is automatic and off. Any support guys? I can't find my Windows Vista disk which I'm looking for.

A:The Audio Service is not running

Welcome baseball2k27,
Have you tried a System Restore back to a point before the crash?
When you say crashed, did you get a blue screen?
If you find your Vista Disk, Here's a tutorial for a repair install,
Repair Install For Vista[11]=Performance Maintenance

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This is kind of weird. Down by the sound icon says "Audio Service is not running".



I have sound with audio files such as MP3 and sound when I play a video file.


I know I am using onboard sound, and in the Device Manager, it says "High Definition Audio Device". There are NO indications that all drivers are not working.

Where I don't have sound is with a microphone. I can NOT record sound with a microphone and have tried my mic on another pc and it works.

I would like some help getting the microphone working and be able to record from it.

Thank you

A:Audio Service not running

my Volume control not appear on the task bar. I check property, it says OFF, cant turn on. it happen 2 days ago. the radio service is not running.

I have no problem hearing the audio, but just can't adjust the volume.

My laptop is Sony windows 7, a week old, replacing my HP that motherboard dead..

Any suggestion? please

Thanks you

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Hello, i installed windows 8 CP a few days back and i have been facing quite a few problems. The main one being the audio service not working. I tried a lot of solutions that have been given on the internet but its to no avail. When i try to start the windows audio service from the services screen, it gives me the following error:

I have no idea what this means. So kindly help me out with this.

My second problem is there is no dvd drive shown in the my computer tab. I tried mapping the device but was not able to. I tried upper filter and lower filters method and restarted the pc only to find them both no longer there.

It would be of great help if someone provides a solution for the above problems.

A:Audio service not running

Hello,

I would not be surprised if there is a problem with your audio driver which is causing that.

You can otherwise check that the service is set to Log On as the Local Service account. The service does not need to have the box checked to interact with the desktop.

Follow the advice here:

Configure How a Service Is Started

If you still have issues, it would be best to create a new account with Administrator privileges on the machine and log into it. Test that account out and see if the audio service start well.

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I googled error 1053 and found this exact description of my problem from your site, however, no solution. Please help!!

I had no audio, and I had an error bubble saying that Windows couldn't connect to the System Event Notification service or something. Regardless, the service is fine and the event log has nothing about that in it.

The other problem is that I have no sound. This is because the Windows Audio service never started. It never started because its dependency, Windows Audio Endpoint Builder is stuck in the "Starting" state.

The event log has two errors in it, 7001 and 7022, which are described as "The Windows Audio service depends on the Windows Audio Endpoint Builder service which failed to start because of the following error:
After starting, the service hung in a start-pending state." and "The Windows Audio Endpoint Builder service hung on starting."

After a few minutes, the stop or restart options finally become available, however when I try to stop and then start it again, I receive error 1053 which says it did not respond in a timely fashion.

I have already tried reinstalling my audio drivers, to no avail.
 

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I have that annoying little red circle with the "x" on the sound icon and I have yet to find the solution to this problem anywhere! :(

I'm not a computer whiz but I know a little bit or at least I'm learning fast, but under services, RPC Plug & Play Media Class Scheduler and Windows Audio Endpoint are working or started and on automatic....however, windows audio will not start and gives me an error that reads: Windows could not start Windows Audio on local computer/ the system cannot find the file specified. I thought maybe audiosrv.lll wasn't in windows/system32 but it is and if it wasn't someone said to copy it from windows/servicefilepack (or whatever its called) but I can't find that section under windows. I feel like I've tried everything to no avail. Even system restore to a previous date, but a date during the time where the sound was working was too far back apparently bc the date didn't go that far back!

So if you have any helpful advice I would most def appreciate it :)


Oh just tried starting windows audio again and it seemed like it was working but got an error about "not responding in a timely matter" and the status is now from 'stopped' to 'starting'...seems like good news, but it did this before and never started so now back to square one...oh the insanity!

A:Audio service is not running help

You could try running system file checker to see if it will discover a problem with that file and replace it.

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I was in the middle of watching a video on my laptop to my tv and my computer shut down. On restart my sound did not work and there was a red circle with a white cross next to the speaker in the lower right hand corner. I tried to turn on the audio service and the troubleshooter came up and then got an error message that one or more audio services are not working. Tried to click on the link for further help and control panel comes up and just sits there, nothing happens.

Running Acer laptop V3-571-6847
Windows 8.1

I've tried reinstalling driver no luck. Tried testing speakers and no sound comes out.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you
Annette
 

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Hello,

I checked many websites & forums to solution for my problem before posting the question here. A week back my Computer's Audio started giving me problems. At first the audio used to stop suddenly during normal working & wouldn't return unless I restart my system. So I tried reinstalling my sound driver & was successful in doing that. But now I see an "X" mark near the Sound Icon on my task bar & says "Audio Service is not running" Here are the trouble shooting I did:

Control Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Services

Plug & Play is ON & Automatic

Multimedia is ON & Automatic

Windows Audio Endpoint Builder is stopped

Windows Audio is stopped.

I tried starting the Windows audio Endpoint Builder & the following error msg appears:

"windows could not start the windows audio endpoint builder service on local computer"

"Error 0x80070002: The system cannot find the file specified"

Under path for executable, I saw that it is looking for a file named svchost.exe.

File seems to be present at the location though nothing seem to happen when I try double clicking it.

Please help in resolving this issue. Since I purchased an HP Laptop with Windows Vista, they didnt give me a separate Vista DVD to try & reinstall it all over again.

Help
 

A:Audio Service is not running

1) HP usually includes a "Recovery Partition" on your hard drive. You can use to
=> Restore your installation using their Recovery Partition and
=> I usually allow you the option of creating ONE set of recovery DVDs on your own

2) You only want to focus on Windows Audio service. Do you see StartupType= Automatic or ??? Is it's Status=Stopped? Can you restart Windows Audio?
 

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Windows Update failing and Audio service not running and someone in Windows OS forum suggested you should get checked for malware.
 

A:Audio service is not running

Evidently a helper in the Virus and Malware forum has determined it is not a malware issue. He asked me to move it out.
 

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My install went OK with the exception that I have no sound, I installed on a HP Pav m1050y Intel Pentium 4 with a Creative Audigy 2Z S sound card. In Services when I attempt to start this error returns "error 1068 the dependency services or group failed to start" Any ideas out there on how to troubleshoot this?

A:Audio Service not running

Start> In search window type services.msc> Enter> Scroll down to Windows Audio> Right click on Windows Audio> Click on dependency tab> Make sure the dependencies are also started (often it is Multimedia Class Scheduler that is not started).

A Guy

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aww checked windows startup and service showed not running ran the service and fails everytime ..

currently slowly running command prompt cs/scannow waitiing results hopes this fixes by replacing corrupt file from archived copy ???

any other ideas ill be most helpfull

A:audio service is not running

hey ive discoverd that under audio devies .recording and disabeling the speakers that the audio mix driver now ??????????/ works fine confused

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Hi
Another member posted this same question) - same problem. Is there any way that you can help with this problem?
Cheers

Audio Service is not running - no sound
I have a Dell XPS M1210 laptop with the Vista OS.

My sound stopped working and I made no changes in audio settings nor did I load new software. I've seen similar posts, but I've taken several steps to correct this problem. No success. Please help!

Here's what happened and what I did:

I tried to play a video and got no sound. The speaker icon in the tray at the bottom right of my screen show a red circle with a white X in it to the right of the speaker.

When I hover my mouse over the speaker icon, the following message appears: "The Audio Service is not running."

When I right-click on the speaker icon, the volume mixer option is grayed out. I click on another option (play sounds) and get the following message: "This computer cannot play audio because the windows audio service is not enabled. Would you like to enable..." I click on "yes."

A dialog box appears. I go to the Playback tab. It tells me that "Speakers / Headphones SigmaTel hi-def codec is working." I highlight the section and press the configure button. Nothing happens.

I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers for SigmaTel and Soundblaster. No effect on problem.

I ran diagnostics. The speakers worked for the diagnostics.

I spent two hours on the line with Dell technicians who tell me that it... Read more

A:The audio service is not running

Hi..
just wanna share a bit of experience.
I had a recent similar problem on that "audio service is not running" with my ACER 2920. spent whole day to solve the problem, including hours browsing the internet. and, late at night, i was very happy when i hear the sound again after unintentionally do these simple procedures:

right click on the speaker icon on the tray --> click the playback devices --> select a playback devices shown --> go to properties --> go to advanced --> restore default --> the red cross on the speaker icon was missing, and i hear the sound again.

it works for me.

hope it is useful for others.

C U.
 

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Hello,
i have windows Vista Home Premium 32bit , and until yesterday my sound [and all the other windows drivers,every single one of them] stopped working, ive been trying to fix this problem however im a XP person. if i go on the audio and drivers manager there is not a single driver at all , i have did virus scans multiple times, but i know that has nothing to do with it, and theres a dialogue box that says SRV#001 CLED error.
it all started with that , ii tried restore but it does not work , it fails [and i never saved a backup, as i said im a XP person and pretty new to VISTA]

i need to resolve this problem ASAP

[since this is not only realated to Audio , is this the right place to put it? ]

Thanks Davyo

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I have a red tag on the speaker icon an the message says "The Audio Device is not running". However I have sound when I test even on Skype. What gives?

A:The Audio Service is not running

Hi Blockie,

Try the fix in this thread: Windows Audio service not running ! But it is ?

Cheers,

Walker
Windows Outreach Team

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hi my first post
right i have a gateway ma7 with vista basic x32bit about 8 mounths ago i noticed that my sound had gone i go to device maniger and it says this device is working then i go to the icon tray and hover over the speaker icon and it says "the audio service is not running " i dobble click on it and it says do you want to enable this service i click yes and i go round and round i have gone on about every weebsite no help

if you need any more info on my laptop im happy to help
ps i took off sp2 people say that helps but it dosent
thanksss

A:the audio service is not running

Is it set to start in services?
Go to start type services.msc
Go to Windows Audio, Highlight it go to the start drop down box and set it to automatic.
Do the same to Windows Audio Endpoint.
Post back for more info.

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I tried to modify things from services tring to activate audio but no hope, and when i troubleshoot i get this message

[IMG]res://sdiageng.dll/print.png[/IMG]

Issues found

One or more audio service isn't running
One or more audio service isn't running
Both the Windows Audio and the Windows Audio End Point Builder services must be running for audio to work correctly. Atleast one of these services isn't running.
Not fixed
[IMG]res://sdiageng.dll/error.png[/IMG]

Start required audio services
Completed


Potential issues that were checked

Check audio device
Check audio device
There might be a problem with your audio device.
Issue not present

Issues found
Detection details

6
One or more audio service isn't running
Not fixed
[IMG]res://sdiageng.dll/error.png[/IMG]

Both the Windows Audio and the Windows Audio End Point Builder services must be running for audio to work correctly. Atleast one of these services isn't running.

Start required audio services
Completed

Start the Windows Audio and the Windows Audio End Point Builder services

Potential issues that were checked
Detection details


Check audio device
Issue not present


There might be a problem with your audio device.

Detection details
[IMG]res://sdiageng.dll/expand.png[/IMG]

A:Audio Service Not Running

See this forum thread. If that doesn't fix it, you are looking at a complete reinstall.

Audio Service is not running; Error 0x800706cc

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How to get rid of that cross on my audio icon and message popping up "audio service is not running"? I went through services at device manager and I can't find anything related that is disabled I am listening music with media player and it is playing.. So sound itself is fine.. I only updated bluetooth drivers and rebooted and this did appear

A:Audio service is not running

nvm, got it fixed!

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Hi, It seems that problems begin to pile up in this win7 32 bit. My friend had a problem of severe memory leakage after several hours of running.  solution was quite simple:  RESTART Now I have another problem: " The Audio service is not running "  and there's a red X on the speaker in the tray.  same solution: RESTART What the heck??   is there a permanent fix to these problems?  It's quite frustrating to restart over and over again.

A:The Audio service is not running

Hi ZZCheetahZZ,
 
Regarding the "The Audio service is not running" issue, please first try start the Windows Audio service by the steps below:
 
1. Click the Start Button, type "services.msc" (without quotation marks) in the Search Bar and press Enter to start Services.
2. In the right pane, please check whether the Windows Audio service is started.
3. If not, please double click the service. In the tab "General ", make sure the "Startup Type" is "Automatic". Then please click the button "Start" under "Service Status" to start this service.
 
If the service cannot be started, please also check the following services:
 

Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
Multimedia Class Scheduler
Windows Audio Endpoint Builder

 
Also, you can run audio Troubleshooter by going to Start -> Control Panel -> Troubleshooting -> Troubleshooting audio playback -> Follow the wizard to complete the troubleshoot.
 
If the issue persists, please also test the issue in Clean Boot. If the issue disappears in the Clean Boot environment, we can use a 50/50 approach to quickly narrow down which entry is causing the issue.
 
Hope this helps.
 
Regards,
Linda
 

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I'm aware that there was a thread about this before, but reading it didn't solve my problem. After restarting my computer, I found that my audio service would not start. After investigating the services, I found that the Multimedia Class Scheduler service wouldn't start because of "Error 2 file not found". After researching, I found that a possible solution would be to replace my audiosrv.dll.
After doing that and restarting my computer, the Audio Endpoint Builder service did not start and under the description it read, "Failed To Read Description. Error Code: 1813". I could not find any information about this specific error so I felt my only option was to go to command prompt and type "sfc /scannow" for a system scan. It said that some files are corrupted but it could not do anything about it. The most relevant information I could find was this particular paragraph

"2009-08-28 19:47:33, Info CSI 000001b1 [SR] Repairing 3 components
2009-08-28 19:47:33, Info CSI 000001b2 [SR] Beginning Verify and Repair transaction
2009-08-28 19:47:33, Info CSI 000001b3 Hashes for file member \SystemRoot\WinSxS\x86_microsoft-windows-audio-audiocore_31bf3856ad364e35_6.0.6001.18000_none_769fc426e49fbfda\audiosrv.dll do not match actual file [l:24{12}]"audiosrv.dll" :
Found: {l:32 b:ea5wlQHasueSUBaetzWrnGH42HTykkp7LxEZnD0atVA=} Expected: {l:32 b:E7t5TAm7YCrs9T24FHZ3FZ... Read more

A:Audio Service Not Running

Get into Control Panel, System, Device Manager and delete the offending sound device. Restart and see if normal sound returns
 

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vaio laptop vgn-ns10l windows vista premium

no audio service is running.
I have uninstalled sound card (realtek) and reinstalled it. Still no sound.Red X on volume icon.
I have gone into windows audio services and clicked on start, it runs for about two seconds and then displays a box, saying windows can not start the windows audio service on local computer.
ERROR. 0X8000405; unspecified error.

I have tried everything suggested so far, my computer was running fine one day,and then this problem.
I have not installed any new programs .
The sound card says that everything is enabled and working properly.
But it is still not working,some body please help me.
many thanks.
 

A:the audio service is not running.

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I've tried everything possible until the services started to show this error. No sound is coming from the speakers. Not at all. please help.

A:The Audio Service is not running.

See this thread, it may help you.
Error 1079: The account specified for this service is different - Microsoft Community

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So! Basically every time I open my computer the audio icon has a smaller red X icon and tells me the Audio Service is not running. The point is my audio is crystal clear and my speakers work perfectly even if the X icon is present. if i just adjust the volume, the X icon goes away. And it's pretty frustrating to see that every time when i start my pc so..anyone knows how to help?

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Hi,
about a week ago I was trying to clean out my mother's computer, I used "Perfect Uninstaller" to remove programs as I was having issues trying to remove "ask.com toolbar".  By using "Perfect Uninstaller" I was able to remove programs I found to be unnecessary, however after I was done removing programs, I noticed that I had no audio (Speaker Icon in system tray just shows red "X"", I am also curious if I accidentally deleted necessary Windows 7 services/registry files as my mother's computer is extremely slow.
When I click on the "Speaker red X" icon, the troubleshooting report says (Audio device is disabled) (the audio device you selected is currently turned off in Windows) also (One or more audio service isn't running){Both the Windows Audio and the Windows Audio Endpoint Builder services must be running for audio to work correctly.  At least one of these services isn't running.}
I have checked and both Windows Audio and Windows Audio Endpoint Builder services are both running.
I have also checked and re-installed audio drivers and still no audio, I also found a similar post on this website that suggested to download and install the following files from http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/win-services/7/:
AudioEndpointBuilder.reg
Audiosrv.reg
PlugPlay.reg
WcsPlugInService.reg
I download and installed these files but still no audio.  So, I downloaded Farbar Service Scanner and the following are the results:
I hope you can help me get my mother's computer ... Read more

A:No Audio (One or more audio service isn't running)

You may want to read what WOT users have to say about Perfect Uninstaller.

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OK.. I can not get sound. I have read all the posts about "audio service isnt running". I do not get a error code. I have checked services under windows audio and audio out. They are started and on automatic. When I open the windows audio, it shows no dependencies. On the audio out, it does. I have updated all drivers from the manufactures sites.
I have uninstalled the drivers and reinstalled them. Didnt help.

When I try to run audio, it shows that it is working on the volume control.(see screenshot)
There are no error codes, or problems when I open the Device manager.(see screenshot)
I am sending a few screen shots.
I have a Desktop ASUSTEK computer. (see screenshot)
Any help would be awesome.

A:One or more audio service isnt running ( but this is different)

Are the speakers powered on? Can you do the configuration settings for the speakers and try the test speaker function?

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Hello, I have a Dell Inspiron M5010 (Windows 7)

Yesterday my speakers stopped working. Actually I think that they are fine because I have connected the computer with external speakers that are 100% working this morning and still there was no sound.

I've tried some solutions given by other people in the web but unfortunately sound does not return.

For instance, I've done a system restore, re-install drivers, format the laptop, open services.msc and restarted the Windows audio but the outcome was always the same.

Since it is within warranty, I will take it to the retailler soon if I can't solve it and I hope that I don't have to pay anything.

I am looking forward to read your suggestions.

A:No Sound - Audio service is not running

Well you may want to start with just reinstalling the audio driver pack and see if it clears up.
Drivers and Downloads

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I have a Dell XPS M1210 laptop with the Vista OS.

My sound stopped working and I made no changes in audio settings nor did I load new software. I've seen similar posts, but I've taken several steps to correct this problem. No success. Please help!

Here's what happened and what I did:

I tried to play a video and got no sound. The speaker icon in the tray at the bottom right of my screen show a red circle with a white X in it to the right of the speaker.

When I hover my mouse over the speaker icon, the following message appears: "The Audio Service is not running."

When I right-click on the speaker icon, the volume mixer option is grayed out. I click on another option (play sounds) and get the following message: "This computer cannot play audio because the windows audio service is not enabled. Would you like to enable..." I click on "yes."

A dialog box appears. I go to the Playback tab. It tells me that "Speakers / Headphones SigmaTel hi-def codec is working." I highlight the section and press the configure button. Nothing happens.

I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers for SigmaTel and Soundblaster. No effect on problem.

I ran diagnostics. The speakers worked for the diagnostics.

I spent two hours on the line with Dell technicians who tell me that it's not a hardware problem.

I tried logging on as another user. Still have a problem.

Last idea: I got an error message that said: "Audiodg.exe has stopp... Read more

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OK.. I can not get sound. I have read all the posts about "audio service isnt running". I do not get a error code. I have checked services under windows audio and audio out. They are started and on automatic. When I open the windows audio, it shows no dependencies. On the audio out, it does. I have updated all drivers from the manufactures sites.
I have uninstalled the drivers and reinstalled them. Didnt help.

When I try to run audio, it shows that it is working on the volume control.(see screenshot)
There are no error codes, or problems when I open the Device manager.(see screenshot)
I am sending a few screen shots.
I have a Desktop ASUSTEK computer. (see screenshot)
Any help would be awesome.

A:One or more audio service isnt running ( but this is different)

Are the speakers powered on? Can you do the configuration settings for the speakers and try the test speaker function?

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hi, my comp is having some audio problems and i need help.
-windows 7 ultimate 32 bit-


it says i have no audio playback device installed?

One or more audio service isn't running?

Both the Windows Audio and the Windows Audio End Point Builder services must be running for audio to work correctly. Atleast one of these services isn't running?

i dont know what to do.?

i cant start up windows normally. it gives me the screen of death and restarts.
i can only start up in safe mode.

and my sound doesnt work no audio at all.

A:one or more audio service isnt running

hello and welcome to the forums
to help us establish problems please post your pc information here is a program you can download to help you with this called speccy
Speccy - System Information - Free Download
so have you sound working?
go to services and look for audio connected services
click start orb
type services
click on services in the search pane
look for services for audio sound etc
right click to take you to properties and change settings to automatic

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Whats really weird is it does this on all three of my computers (two desktop, one web book)...

My Audio service will routinely stop when watching movies, playing games or just sitting there silently. I can click on the volume icon to restart it but ill usually have to restart whatever program is currently using it.

I've seen people with the same problem on different forums but none of their solutions seem to work. I've tried setting the subsequent failure to 'restart the service' but to no avail. I've tried deleting my drives and reinstalling them, ive tried looking for new drivers, I've tried a new soundcard on one computer - i just cant work it out.

To my knowledge no files have been used on both my desktops so I cant understand it.

I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit on one and 32 bit on the other pc. Both with service pack 1.

Help!

A:[SOLVED] Audio Service is not running

Hello onemeantoaster & welcome to TSF

Have you tried doing a System Restore?

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Yesterday I turned on my computer and I was greeted without any sound. I think my computer updated when I went to bed the day before, so I thought that might've been the cause (or maybe it was AVG). So I looked up how to fix it and saw System Restore, tried that and was greeted with this:

"System Restore failed to extract the file (C:/Windows/WinSxS/Manifests/AM37C0~1.MAN) from the restore point. The restore point was damaged or deleted during the restore."

I don't know what to do now because when I tried to do the advanced recovery thing in PC Settings it won't load, and I can't make an ISO so I can do a refresh install. I'm very distressed, what do I do?

A:The Audio Service is not running and can't restore

Maybe your problem is bigger than just the audio and maybe you should post your issue in another area of the forum. Good luck.

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Need help for restart my audio service,my sound card is IDT high definition audio codec and my os is windows 7,i tried all the available solutions in internet but no luck,

Let me know if anyone has any solution for this,

A:audio service is not running in hp dv6-2150us laptop

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Chandru7


Need help for restart my audio service,my sound card is IDT high definition audio codec and my os is windows 7,i tried all the available solutions in internet but no luck,

Let me know if anyone has any solution for this,


Have you re-installed the driver?

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i havent installed nothing updated ect . i dont no why this is happening ive tryed reinstalling ... looked at every solution online no help ... i did sys restore my pc and it worked but my wireless wouldent so im back here now ....

this is what it says
then i click playback devices in pop up menu

then i click yes and this says this


and in my device manager it shows this


i dont understand why it wont work ive installed drivers over and over and will not work :/ can some one come and teamviewer my pc ?

please get back asap thank

A:The Audio Service Is Not Running + No Devices Found

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Skunner


i havent installed nothing updated ect . i dont no why this is happening ive tryed reinstalling ... looked at every solution online no help ... i did sys restore my pc and it worked but my wireless wouldent so im back here now ....

this is what it says
then i click playback devices in pop up menu

then i click yes and this says this


and in my device manager it shows this


i dont understand why it wont work ive installed drivers over and over and will not work :/ can some one come and teamviewer my pc ?

please get back asap thank



Right Click on that last Screen to Enable Hidden Devices.

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A few days ago I had a windows update, and after it was done everything seemed fine. I muted my sound later on, and suddenly it wouldnt come back on. When I mouse over it, it says Audio Service is not running. After googling the problem I have done the following to try to fix it:
System recovery
Uninstall then Install AVG2015
Updated drivers
Disable then Enable the mmcss.dll file
Tried to start it via Run>Services>Windows Audio
Whenever I try to start it that way, I get Error 0x800706cc: the endpoint is a duplicate.
I really really dont know what else to do to fix it, and it's really getting to be upsetting. If anyone at all could help me out I'd be much appreciative.

A:Audio Service is not running; Error 0x800706cc

Welcome to the forum lxie!

Hopefully this will help; Windows Audio cant be started, error 1740 (0x800706cc: - Microsoft Community

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Hi
I stupidly tried to use a program I didn't know much about to help with a problematic uninstall of 'WinZip'.
After running this program I restarted my Laptop (Windows Vista SP2) only after restart all the security services had stopped, no internet & most annoyingly no audio" (I use this laptop primarily for making music).
 
The specific problem is when I go to 'services' and try to Start the 'Windows Audio' Service, I get this exact message:
 
"Windows could not start the Windows Audio service on Local Computer. Error 0x8007000e: Not enough storage space is available to complete this operation."
 
I tried a boot in safe mode, same issues. 
 
I'd recently scanned for viruses/malware, no issues.
 
I can't do a System Restore, when I try I get this message:
"System restore does not appear to be functioning correctly on this system"
& again I get the error messsage: Error 0x8007000e
"Not enough storage space is available to complete this operation."
 
I'm thinking I've wrecked my laptop for good, so any help would be very much appreciated...
 
Thanks in advance,
 
Chris

A:"The Audio Service is not running" + error msg 0x8007000e

This issue appears to be fixed thanks to the mighty 'ComboFix' thanks;)

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For reasons unknown to me, my boot has noticeably slowed down, and when I reach the desktop, the volume icon in the system tray has a red x on it, indicating the audio service is not running. Because these two issues arose simultaneously, I can't help but think they must be related.

This is a new problem on my Windows 8.1 Pro x64 installation.

My boot drive is an SSD, and Windows 8.1 was always very fast to load. It used to only be 2-3 seconds on the 'Welcome' screen before the desktop. Now it takes more like 10 to 15 seconds on the 'Welcome' screen before reaching the desktop. That's not a huge problem in itself, but apparently symptomatic of something not quite right, and it coincided with the "audio service is not running" problem.

I can't think of any changes I made to my configuration, certainly nothing related to the Windows Audio service.

Another odd thing is: if I go into Services, it clearly shows Windows Audio actually is running (and set to Automatic startup). If I select Restart the service, it does and the volume icon then acknowledges it. While that solves the volume issue until the next time I boot, it obviously doesn't fix the underlying problem.

Any suggestions on how to diagnose and resolve this issue? Thanks!

A:Boot became slow and the audio service is not running...

Try clean boot and see if the issue still persist.

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There is a red x on my speaker icon, when ticked it displays the message in the thread title. I still have all of my selected wav sounds, so what does the error mean and how can it be fixed?

All help will be appreciated.

Duchess

A:Audio Service is not running Error Message

Go to the run command line and type in services.msc the services management console will arrive. Look down the list and find that service, according to that message it should say, stopped.
Right click that line and select properties, you should get this.


You want to click the start button and then ensure the start up type is automatic, there is a n arrow at the end of the long bar, you can select the option you want, such as manual, automatic etc.
I would be happy if you tried this and let us know the results.

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Hi guys,

I'm hoping someone can help as I have lost all sound on my laptop.

I've been running Vista on my laptop (dell) for about 2 years fine. This morning when I turned my laptop on I got an error at startup which says:
C:\Windows\system32\AVRT.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact you system administrator or the software vender for support.
I click okay and my computer loads normally, but when I hover over the sound icon in the taskbar it says "The audio service is not running".

i have tried restarting and computer and using system restore (to several days before this started happening) to no avail.

I have no idea what caused this as I did not install or change anything on the computer, or install any updates to bring this on. I only use the laptop for the internet really, no heavy use or messing around.

I tried googling the problem and it was suggested to replace the avrt.dll file, however, when I get an access denied messager when I try to change permissions to system32 so can't get in to replace the corrupted file.

Any ideas?
Would be VERY appreciated

thx

A:the audio service is not running - no sound, avrt.dll error?

I've been looking into this a bit more.

The audio relies on three other services, one of which is the Multimedia Class Scheduler which is not running. When I try to it it attempts to start but then I get an error message which says

Windows could not the MCS service on Local Computer.
Error193: 0xc1

Currently I'm running sfc/scannow from command prompt to see if anything is broken.

Any input still greatly appreciated - I can't live without sound on my laptop!!!

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Sometimes I can't access the internet because Parental Controls isn't responding. But for some other odd reason, the audio service isn't running either. It does come back eventually, but I just want to know why it does this. Does anyone know?

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I have lost all sound and there is the "x" next to my speaker icon on the bottom right. I have read what other people have done here and none of the fixes have helped.

If I right click on the speaker icon, I get the "Would you like to enable Windows Audio" message. If I say yes, I do NOT get an error. It goes to the screens about my audio.

But my audio is obviously not working. So I go to the Windows Audio in the Services section. It is on automatic but not running. When I try to run it, I get the message: "Windows could not start the Window Audio service on the local computer. Error 1079: The account specified for this service is different from the account specified for other services running in the same process."

I have looked at all of the dependent services: Plug N Play, Multimedia Class Scheduler, Remote Procedure Call, Windows Audio Endpoint Builder. Those are ALL automatic and Running.

I saw someone mention something about going to the Registry Editor to remove dependencies but I couldn't figure out the registry (looked like lots of gobblegook to me) but since all of my dependent processes are running just fine, I don't think that would be the answer anyway.

Any other ideas of what I can try?

Also, All of my sound drivers are working properly and I have no error messages that I can find

I am not sure if this is relevant:

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A:Audio Service not running Vista/Toshiba laptop

I saw someone mention something about going to the Registry Editor to remove dependencies but I couldn't figure out the registry (looked like lots of gobblegook to me) but since all of my dependent processes are running just fine, I don't think that would be the answer anyway.Click to expand...

You're absolutely right. DON'T try modifying the registry for this problem. Is far more likely to do damage then any good

A few thoughts...

1. I'd first attempt to simply uninstall then reinstall your audio drivers. To uninstall, look in Ctrl Panel->Program and Features and look for your audio to uninstall. Locate the driver download from the vendor website for your computer to reinstall

2. If reinstalling doesn't solve it Also, take a look at Reference Guide to Help Setup and Troubleshoot Windows Audio and Sound Cards

3. Tho I'll also mention that SOMETIMES malware can be what interferes with audio service and prevents it from running. I mention this to also keep in mind because you say Windows Update is also reporting errors. Both your audio and Windows update problem might due to malware.

In any case, try reinstalling first and post back with any results
 

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I'm hoping someone can help me.I'm working on a custom pc that my brother built for me. The specs are in my signature.

I recently upgraded from 32 bit to 64 bit Windows 7 home premium (I know it's not the best, but it's what I could afford). I did a drive reformat also. Initially, everything was fine. But for some reason all of a sudden, I have no sound, my plugged in speakers are not detected at all and the audio service is not running. Everything else is fine. I assumed it was as a result of an update, so I did a system restore. I guess my restore points didn't go back far enough. No change.

-According to my motherboard specs, I have the realtek ALC888 onboard audio. So, I thought I'd just be able to install the latest hd audio driver for my os from realtek's site. I tried several times (10+). It prompts me to restart and when I do, it says that the device driver did not install correctly and it defaults to the microsoft one every time.

-In device manager, I have a yellow triangle next to one of the 2 "high definition audio controllers" with a code 10 error (device cannot start). Under sound, video and game controllers, I have "High definition audio device": microsoft, driver version 6.1.7601.17514 11/19/2010.

I have seen a few of these realtek problems in the forums, but i haven't found anything that has worked for me. I tried manually installing the driver from the zip file by directing the update utility to it's extracted location. It always ... Read more

A:Audio Service Not Running/No sound/No speakers/Realtek problem

Try the previous Realtek driver 2.67 or the Asrock 2.31 driver.
Download Realtek High Definition Audio 2.67 Vista 64 - Technical Details - FileHippo.com
ASRock > Products > Motherboard > G43Twins-FullHD > Download

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Hello, I have been having problems with Windows 7 explorer constantly crashing and restarting whenever I right-click on or open any files and folders, search in the Start Menu search box, opening My Computer, Control Panel, etc. In essence, it is limiting most of the interface. I was able to pinpoint the problem using Safe Mode and msconfig to the 'Power' service (C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe ?k DcomLaunch). And once I disabled the 'Power' service, everything seems to be fixed.

However, disabling the 'Power' service will disable audio service for the system. To fix the audio service, I tried changing the Power management, reverting back to previous restore points, updating the audio device drivers, trying to enable the Windows services in services.msc for 'Remote Procedure Call (RPC)', 'Plug and Play', 'Multimedia Class Scheduler', 'Windows Audio Endpoint Builder' and 'Windows Audio' to activate sound again, but 'Window Audio' depends on 'Windows Audio Endpoint Builder', but 'Windows Audio Endpoint Builder' seems to depends on the 'Power' service. And I can?t activate the ?Power? service again without crashing Windows explorer. How do I go about fixing this issue? Can I replace the ?Power? service files? Or update them? And help is much appreciated. Thanks in advance!

A:Please Help!--Right-click crashing Windows 7 explorer, 'Power' service, audio service problems!

What led your problem to this crashing windows explorer window? Try using this software ShellExViewFor tutorials and guide http://www.top-windows-tutorials.com/shellexview.html

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Toshiba Satellite Window 7

Ok. so the past couple of weeks my laptop has been running incredibly bad.. First Problem arise when I put my laptop to sleep. It was working when it was brand new, no problems whatsoever. But lately every time i would put my laptop to sleep, it would crash after been woken up. By crash i mean, everything freezes, nothing moves, cursors frozen, nothing.... So i stopped putting it to sleep.

2nd problem was after the sleep problem, Whenever i enter a some sites, my laptop completely freezes. Eg. (i searched methane on Google the other day for homework and my laptop completely froze, had to forcefully shut it down. It wasn't just the internet browser, it was my laptop as well, nothing was functioning. Its not a one time thing because every time i search up methane it crashes .. ) Basically i would just stop searching up stuff...

3rd Problem Arrived today, Laptop would take extremely long to start up. Like 10-15mins to start up. This problem just showed up today, and i have no idea whats wrong!!

4th problem is minor, my audio service is not running. This problem came up at the same time as the long start up problem. The sound still works but i can't see the icon on the bottom right corner on my screen.

SOLUTIONS
- I've tried scanning computer with viruses, couldn't find any?
- I've tried clearing cookies and cache, doesn't work..
(Laptop freezes no matter what browser i'm using)

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A:My Laptop Slow Start up, Crash after sleep, Audio Service not running!

Anyone ?? Need the all the help i can get!

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Dear All,

I encountered a problem. A windows service I am running on my machine seemed to be running, ie started, however, actually it was not running since the processes were not outputted as planned.

Can I do some form of error tracking to counter for this problem?

Thanks for your help and time

Johann
 

A:Windows Service appeared to be running, but it was not actually running

Bookmark Windows SysInternals for some great tools.

Download Process Explorer for Windows v10.21.

Process Explorer will give you a colored process tree and be able to help you find out more about your processes both server and application. It is better than Task Manager and gives you a lot more information and control over your processes.

Explore and use Process Explorer, and discover and use the other tools at the website.

-- Tom
 

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I found that the Windows Defender Service was running, even though I have other AV/Malware software that I thought turned it off. Checking in security is show both softwares with Defender shown as OFF!
Is it safe to stop and disable that service?
Glenn

A:Windows Defender Service running when it is not running!

Install the recommended Microsoft Security Essentials
which will turn off Defender.

Otherwise you can turn it off if you're satisfied with your AV.

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My issue started a day or two ago when I installed a windows update. I go to watch something the next day, and no sound is coming from the computer. I double check the connections, update the drivers and still get nothing. I look around online and most people who have had similar issues had windows 7, so the fixes haven't been too useful. I tried opening the services menu and restarting the windows audio service. That didn't work, so then I check the dependencies. Only 3 were listed, and it looks like the one giving me problems is "Multimedia class scheduler". It won't re-start, and gives me an error message that says "The system cannot find the file specified." I figured this meant I had some sort of corrupted file, so I brought up the command prompt menu and ran both sfc /scannow as well as dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth. SFC found nothing. DISM found a corruption, but "fixed" it. I have restarted and still do not have sound. I tried Microsoft support, and they just ran a few automatic troubleshooters that did basically nothing, and told me to "take it to a local technician". It's my impression that the problem must be with windows, as it started right after an update and there is a specific file (multimedia class scheduler) that can't be found. They think it's a hardware issue. I think they just don't want to help me on this level for free. Thoughts? Ideas? Anything would be helpful at this point, thanks... Read more

A:"The Audio Service is not running", no sound, please help

Did you try restoring system to earlier time ? You can also uninstall update that made the problem.

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Hello,
I resently dowloaded several windows updates as well as scanned my harddrive for errors all at once, then the next time I restart my computer, my sound is completely gone with a red x on the speaker in the system tray. If I look at audio in services It is not started and when I try it says "error 1079 the account specified for this service is different from the account spesified for other servies running in the same process.

Specs:
Vista 32 bit

A:"The audio service is not running"

Originally Posted by ultamin


Hello,
I resently dowloaded several windows updates as well as scanned my harddrive for errors all at once, then the next time I restart my computer, my sound is completely gone with a red x on the speaker in the system tray. If I look at audio in services It is not started and when I try it says "error 1079 the account specified for this service is different from the account spesified for other servies running in the same process.

Specs:
Vista 32 bit



The solution in this thread may help you:

Audio Error 1079

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I've just recently re-installed Windows Vista.. I installed all of my drivers, ran all of the updates, and my sound was working completely fine. Until two days ago, out of nowhere.. It says that my audio device is working properly, but in my taskbar, the audio icon has a little red x over it, and when I scroll over it, it says "The Audio Service is not running" a friend of mine told me to run "services" and scroll down, and when I found windows audio, to right click, and start it.. but Windows Audio is not showing up, just Windows Audio Endpoint Builder.. I'm so confused and everything I'm trying is not working, I uninstall-ed and re-installed the audio driver, restarted, still didn't work. I checked to see if it was up-to-date, and it is.. can someone please help me?
 

A:"The Audio Service Is Not Running"

First, double check as i would think Windows Audio should appear. If not
1) Download Serviwin (very handy tool for viewing and managing Windows Services and Drivers). Run it and click View->Services
2) Click Start->Programs-Accessories-Notepad to open a blank text file
3) In Serviwin display, click Ctrl-A to select all the Windows service display rows, Ctrl-C to copy it, Ctrl-V to paste into the notepad txt file and attach to next post
 

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Alright, so posting here was a last resort. I've tried Google so many times today, learning a bit in the process. What has happened is that when I first started up my laptop this morning, it seems the audio is disabled. Along with this, the wireless connection is also disabled. Windows attempts to fix both of these problems, but only fixes the wireless. I've restarted multiple times to no avail, and each time, the wireless connection must be fixed by Windows. I've had this laptop for about a month, nothing has ever gone wrong.

I'm not sure if it's related, but when I go on Youtube, every video I attempt to watch stutters around for the first few seconds and/or goes directly to an error screen. I'm sure this has to be something with flash or something in general, considering it just started occurring with these other problems. I'm hoping I won't have to backup files and restore the laptop to the factory default, I was an idiot and deleted the only system restore point I had from a few days ago. I completely forgot system restore points only effect installed programs and Windows files.

Here is some more specific information towards my audio problem -

This is what happens when I attempt to start Windows Audio in Services.

I'm sorry if this is the wrong place to place this thread, I wasn't sure if it should go in audio, considering I have some other problems that came along with this.

A:Win 8 64 bit - "The Audio Service is Not Running" and more

well, i just deleted my audio service following some tutorial to rebuild the audio service online, and now i can't rebuild it, i don't know why.

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"Windows will not start the Windows Audio Service on local computer. ERROR 1075: The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion". (Complete with little red X on task bar speaker icon) Googling has revealed this a common occurrence and apparently quite fixable - I appear to be an exception. So far I've compared my and my wife's registry entries (same OS) HK_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\AudioSrv\DependOnService\multi-string 'AudioEndpointBuilder:RcpSs:MMCSS'. Checked 'msconfig' and MULTIMEDIACLASSSCHEDULER is running. In 'services.msc' WINDOWSAUDIOENDPOINTBUILDER is running but WINDOWSAUDIO is NOT. An attempt to start results in the message above. My external audio devices are good to the computer and I have the latest driver. Ran CHKDSK and SCANNOW.

A:Win 7 - "Audio Service is not running"

Do you have any other audio devices running or run at startup? Have you run any registry programs (including the one in CCleaner)?

I assume this used to work??

My recording studio backup system is an ASUS P8Z77 LE Plus motherboard with an i5.

What "external audio devices" do you have?

I have more questions, than I have answers right now.

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Windows 2000 Pro SP4

I was having connectivity issues and stopped two weird looking services that had no descriptions (and honestly I don't remember what they were called, but I know I set one back to auto and I think the other is just gone.) Aparently that knocked out my sound, and 'Windows Audio' no longer appears in the service list.

I tried to start it with net start AudioSvc but it tells me the service name is invalid.

The only dependency I've found is RPC and that's running.
 

A:Windows Audio Service gone

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Windows XP, Service Pack 3, HP 1440 MCE

I have discovered that the windows audio service is stopping after I reboot each time. I can run services.msc and 'start' the service, but it will eventually stop itself again or when I restart the machine. I can't seem to find out why this is happening. I'm wondering if other services are being affected as well.

Could someone advise me on this?

Thanks.
 

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I've done a search through the forums for some help on this problem but couldn't find anything that fits mine exactly

I took my computer to office depot to have them clean the dust out (I've never been very comfortable doing it myself) and returned it to find I had no sound. my first problem was under the sound icon in the tray saying no speakers are connected.

Through some searching I eventually came to windows audio under the services. It is set to automatic start but is disabled when I try to start it I get error 1290 "the service start failed since one or more services in the same process have incompatible service SID type setting"

I have made sure that all listed dependencies are already on it is set to local system account.

Windows Vista/ Service Pack 2

Error can be seen here
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h2.../Error1290.jpg

A:Windows audio service

Go to Start right click on "Computer" Locate Advanced>Then Device Manager. See if there is any yellow marks for your Audio System.

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The icon in the corner the speaker icon it has a cross over it and if you hover over it, it says the audio service is not running and if you right click and click on sounds it comes up with a message saying, this computer cannot play audio because the widows audio service is not enabled. Would you like to enable the Windows Audio Service. Then if you click on yes it brings up the box where you can modify your playback, recording and sounds devices, but there is still a cross over the speaker icon. I am using Windows Vista

Can anyone help???

Cheers
 

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Hi
Im running on windows 7 and for various reason ive recently reinstalled the OS and ive had difficulties with the windows audio services. It turns off on its own, and when i do set it to manual and start it it turns back to automatic and stops when i attempt changing the volume. Ive checked all the dependencies and they were all turned on. I have also scan the computer for viruses and what-not and have done all windows updates. My event log service also doesnt seem to want to stay on. Is it a general service bug? Do you guys have any idea how i could fix this?
I really dont feel like reinstalling windows again, i just got everything reinstalled.
Your help would be much apreciated.

A:Windows audio service

This is caused by a browser addon of malware. Most Anti-Virus and Malware software do not catch it.
Please download Junkware Removal Tool, Run it. A DOS window appears, press any key. It will automatically start scanning.
After that, download ADWCleaner, Run it, Install it, Scan, leave everything checked, Clean. The computer will automatically restart. Both programs show a Text document when they are done showing you what they have removed.

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Somehow I stopped it. How do i start it again?
 

A:Windows Audio Service

Howdy,

Go Start then Run type services.msc then click OK

Look down the list for Windows Audio...double click on it and Start it and in the Startup Type choose Automatic.
 

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i am running a windows 7 and my computer cannot play audio or play videos.there is a speakerphone in the bottom right of the screen that has a X over it.When i click it nothing happens.After a while then it opens and then freezes.Also when i open up services.msc and try to restart/stop "windows audio" It just says stopping and nothing is resolved.I tried restarting 10 times still does not work.A week before i had this problem and when i went to internet explore,videos and audio started working.Now this method does not work(i was using Google chrome.

If you need anymore info please ask

A:No audio is coming from computer because of service "windows audio"

There are many posts on here about this problem. Have you looked over those?

One thing, sadly in many cases it is a Windows OS problem and Windows reinstall is needed to fix it. But, look over the other posts and possible fixes. If none of these work, the last resort is to reinstall Windows.

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This is like my third brush with this problem this week. The first two times I just jiggled the volume control knob and that fixed it. This time I got stuck at the Welcome Screen for over 5 minutes while logging in before I did a hard reboot to Safe Mode With Networking. I found a little X on my speakers icon. So I'm gonna try the first YouTube video I found on the subject and follow directions.

How to Fix,"Windows Audio Service is Not Enabled" With Subtitles

A:Windows Audio Service not working

Windows could not start the Multimedia Class Scheduler Service on Local Computer.
Error 1084: This service cannot be started in Safe Mode.

Windows could not start Windows Audio service on Local Computer.
Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start.

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Hi,

Over the past week or so I've had a few problems with my Windows 7 Dell Inspiron 1570. I'm not sure what happened to start it all off. The first thing I noticed was that I could no longer get sound from the computer - the speaker icon is no longer visible, and when I try to access 'Sound' in Control Panel, either nothing happens or I receive a message which says 'Windows Audio Service is not running'.

I have tried to restart the Audio Service in services.mcs, but to no avail. I also noticed here that the Plug and Play Service is stopped, and it won't start either. The green bar shoots up to about halfway and then stalls, before I receive an 'Error 1053' message.

In addition to this, my laptop has stopped recognising external devices - printer, usb storage etc, and the Device Manager is empty.

I'm tearing my hair out trying to figure out what's going on, and could really use some help from someone who knows what they're doing. As you may have gathered from my clumsy description of my issues, I'm not exactly a technical wizard!!

Any help will be hugely appreciated!

Thanks

Brian

A:PnP / Windows Audio Service won't start

In Admin Tools in the Control Panel make sure in Services that Plug & Play is set to Automatic and hit Start. If you go back to the Device Manager and everything is there, you should be good to go. If not, check back with us.

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For the past few days, my computer (XP SP3, which was installed whenever it was released, about a few moths ago I suppose) had been very laggy. The cpu was always at 100 and the culprits for this issue were taskmgr.exe and firefox.exe (firefox? cpu hog? what? :O )

I lurked around (with the slug of what my lappy became) and found little that could help. I scanned for malware, etc. I did that in normal and in safe mode, nothing, though it may have taken hours for both. I defragmented. I cleared my regirstry of errors and such. All beneficial, but none solved my issue. But I did find how msconfig. It was already on selective, being that certain programs are very annoying whenever I start. But I dawdled a bit, checking off a few, reboot, recheck and uncheck. It seems that whenever I have Windows Audio disabled, my issue is solved. My lappy peaks at about 20-25, a vast improvement in terms of cpu. However, it comes with the cost of no audio at all.

So I suppose there is an issue with Windoes Audio Service, being strange since my issue doesn't really correspond with audio. but I don't know why it does this. May someone please help me with this? I am glad that my lappy functions and I don't have to wait 20 min for it to print a webpage, but I would also appreciate it even more if I had everything functioning as it was before.

Thanks
 

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Hi Guys,

My laptop keeps disabling the audio service at random times, for the last few weeks.
It doesn't stay enabled for very long. There doesn't seem to be a pattern when it works or doesn't work.

I've tried so far:

audio service is set to automatic
uninstalled Realtek drivers/restart/reinstall drivers
update drivers - all drivers current
updated windows
disabled all startup items msconfig
ran directx sound tests >allok
updated plugins on firefox
ran cc cleaner
ran anti-virus, malwarebytes
check drivers for errors - no errors
checked sound options - allok

I've also tried everything in this thread, however I don't get any errors, it simply stops working. When I enable it, it works once again.

Inexplicably, the issue has started on my other laptop as well.

Anyone want to have a crack at it? Re-installing windows isn't an option, this is a refurbished computer I got from my old work and kept when I left. No cds for anything.

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Hi all,

I am having problems getting sound to play on my speakers and I can't for the life of me figure out why. Some background:

I had to do a clean re-install of of Windows XP on a Sony VIAO desktop PC. Everything seemed to be working fine, including the sound. But after installing some updates including Service Pack 3, the sound just stopped working. I have tried uninstalling and re-installing the drivers without success. The device manager shows that the sound controllers are fine(see attached for devicemanager.gif)

Now I have tried looking at the related service(s) and was unable to start the Windows Audio Service. The error I get is "Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly."(see attached screen shot - servicerr.gif)

By the way, the service is set to start automatically but something seems to be causing it to fail. I checked on event viewer and there are a bunch of services that fail to start automatically on booting, including Windows Audio service. The error showing up is: "The Windows Audio service hung on starting." See attached screen shot - eventviewer.gif . One other thing I noticed is that the Windows XP takes quite a bit of time to login after I enter my username and password on booting. But after that it is smooth sailing except for the sound.

I also did a complete uninstall of all Norton antivirus/spyware software after reading that that could be the source of the issue. Didn't help.

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A:Windows Audio Service Cannot Start

Try to uninstall service pack3..and check sound service is working or not. more help go iyogi.
 

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Hi,
I am new here, so sorry if I already broke some kind of rule. Here is my problem:

I bought new parts for my pc... Well it was nearly everything except HDD and now I can't get sound running. Sound icon at bottom right has that traditional white X in red circle and when I move my mouse over it, it says: "The Audio service is not running."
If I click on it and that troubleshooting pops up, it tries to turn service on. Problem is I get another error. "One or more sound services are not running." (I am sorry if that's not exact translation I am using Czech Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit. When I try to run it manually it sometimes works and service turns on (but I can't still hear sounds) and then after while it turns off again. After several tries I can't even turn that service on again. I just get error: "Windows could not start the Windows Audio Service in Local Computer. Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedely."

I am starting to be bit desperate. Is there a way how to fix the sound without reinstalling windows?

A:windows audio service turns itself off

This problem comes up occasionally. I don't know if there is a fix other than a complete reinstall.

Since you installed new hardware, except the HDD, did you do a complete new install with the new hardware? If not, that is probably the problem.

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Recently the Windows Audio service keeps randomly stopping itself until its reached its second failure then stays stopped until i restart it myself.

I am almost certain this started after i installed the Windows Updates on the 14/05 that i have print screened.

What should i do first try a system restore prior to this?

A:Windows Audio service stops itself.

The problem with the System Restore process is: it is not perfect - so you end up with remnants of the updates.

You might want to look in the Windows Event logs to see if there is a reason listed for the Windows Audio service stopping (crashing?). If you do not find useful info in those logs, try uninstalling KB2926765, restart the computer and see if the Windows Audio service will stay started.

If the Windows Audio service still stops, you can work your way thru uninstalling each of the other recent updates. If you find the offending update, then you might have to wait for the audio drivers to be updated to get along with the latest round of updates.

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I continually have to tell windows audio service to 'start'.

Windows XP Pro, SP3
HP 1440 Media Center Edition

Here's what happens. When I start the computer, I hear the windows start-up music. Then, after boot up completes, somewhere in the process, the windows audio service stops. I have run services.msc, highlight windows audio service. This system is set to run automatically. But invariably, it will stop running. Yes, everything will run after I click on 'start'. But after a little while it stops itself again.

I've check the dependencies list in 'services' and both are set to run automatically as well (Plug&Play and RPC). I've uninstalled and reinstall drivers and have seen no help.

Any thoughts?

A:Windows Audio Service Keeps Stoppping

I am still having this problem. Can anyone help me troubleshoot this?

Thanks!

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Hi all,

I am having problems getting sound to play on my speakers and I can't for the life of me figure out why. Some background:

I had to do a clean re-install of of Windows XP on a Sony VIAO desktop PC. Everything seemed to be working fine, including the sound. But after installing some updates including Service Pack 3, the sound just stopped working. I have tried uninstalling and re-installing the drivers without success. The device manager shows that the sound controllers are fine(see attached for devicemanager.gif)

Now I have tried looking at the related service(s) and was unable to start the Windows Audio Service. The error I get is "Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly."(see attached screen shot - servicerr.gif)

By the way, the service is set to start automatically but something seems to be causing it to fail. I checked on event viewer and there are a bunch of services that fail to start automatically on booting, including Windows Audio service. The error showing up is: "The Windows Audio service hung on starting." See attached screen shot - eventviewer.gif . One other thing I noticed is that the Windows XP takes quite a bit of time to login after I enter my username and password on booting. But after that it is smooth sailing except for the sound.

I also did a complete uninstall of all Norton antivirus/spyware software after reading that that could be the source of the issue. Didn't help.

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A:Windows Audio Service Cannot Start

Have you tried this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319127 yet?

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my windows audio service keeps in failing after few minutes..... so I have to start it again through "services.msc" or restart the PC itself, any idea why this keeps on happening? I also setup my windows audio service to restart service for 1st failure also for the 2nd and subsequent failure.

Note: this happens to all of my PC(150 unit) with different motherboard and sound drivers.
 

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Hey I'm new to these forums and I'm not 100% positive this is where I'm supposed to be making this post but I'll try it out and see what happens.

I'm currently experiencing a problem with my windows audio service. Everytime my computer uses audio, whether it be through the internet browser (Latest version of Firefox), a game or Windows Media Player, my Windows Audio Service will stop as soon as I close whichever program I was using that was using sound. I'm running Windows XP on my machine.

I scan my computer a few times a week for malware, spyware etc...( I use Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and Spybot Search & Destroy, I also use EasyCleaner for removing temp files and cookies) I also run Avast! Home edition on my computer. I search for updates for all of the utilities I use prior to each use.

I've updated my audio driver, I've done it a few ways from just running the driver via the .exe file to uninstalling my audio device, deleting the old driver and running my new driver .exe to install my audio device.

It's onboard sound...I'm not too sure what other information should be added here. If anymore information is required please let me know.
 

A:Solved: Windows Audio Service

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I have read and tried all the solutions that i can find on this issue. I have contacted Microsoft for a possible solution but they want to charge me and i know there is a free fix. So my hope is that someone out there knows what it is.
The issue i am having is i currently have an icon in my system tray that is a speaker with a red X. When i hover over it the tag says "The Audio Service is not running". I have gone into Services and discovered that it is my Windows Audio Service that is not running. I have tried to start it manually and it returns an error code 1053: The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion. This error is returned within 2 seconds of attempting to start.
The little bit of info i could get from the technician at Microsoft is that it could be a malware corrupting my .dll files. I downloaded Malware bytes and run it. i removed the possible threats that it came back with. I have run a full virus scan using Kaspersky Pure 3.0 and have no viruses. Also i downloaded the latest .Net framework and its updates. I have all current drivers so that is not an issue. I have no idea what else to do. Please help.....

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"No audio devices are installed" Error message under "Sound" in the Control Panel. This works on Windows 7 and most likely earlier. I made a video on multiple possible fixes, and hopefully you will watch it if you are having the same error. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UT0UxgBzQPY&context=C38570b7ADOEgsToPDskJnwRJ9fxmN55hfLFGX4Grp
 

A:Windows Audio Service is not enabeled! -Fix-

Thanks for your contribution, but stuff like that should be posted here to keep them all in one place: http://forums.techguy.org/25-tech-tips-tricks/
 

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