October 21, 2019 By Directors
If you are using Windows 10 and have received this error message saying that audio services are not responding then you don't need to worry because in this article I have compiled 100% functional ways to fix the problem of audio services not responding.
Solution 1: Use the service manager
1. Press Tasto Windows + R together to open the ride.
2. Now write services.msc on it and click ok.
3. Now find Windows Audio directory service. Right click on Windows Audio service and choose Property.
4. Make sure the service is Running and the startup type is set to Automatic. Otherwise, start the service and change the startup type to Automatic.
5. Now, right click Windows Audio service e Restart the service
6. Similarly, also identify these two services and repeat steps 3 to 7 .
Windows Audio Endpoint Builder Plug and Play
7. Now, locate these Services So make sure they are running. If they're not running, right-click on them and choose Home.
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Solution 2: Use Command Prompt
1. close cmd in the Windows 10 taskbar search.
2. The right mouse button cmd icon e RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR
3. Run the following command by copying and pasting it into the Command Prompt window and pressing the Enter key.
net localgroup Administrators / add networkservice
4. Copy and paste the command below again and press the Enter key to execute it.
net localgroup Administrators / add localservice
5. Now close the cmd window and restart your computer.
Fix: Using system properties
1. Press Tasto Windows + R together to open run.
2. Now write sysdm.cpl on it and click ok.
3. Choose Hardware tab and then click Device installation settings
4. Select the second option that says No (your device may not work as expected) then click Save the changes.
5. Press Windows key + X together and click device administrator To open it.
6. Expand Sound, video and game controllers.
7. Select the audio driver, then right-click and then click uninstall.
8. Now click Action then click Check for hardware changes.
Correction: Using the settings
1. Click Home Button and then click on the gear icon to open settings.
2. Now click Privacy.
2. Click Microphone in the menu on the left.
3. Make sure Allow apps to access your microphone giri NEL.
Solution 2: Using Msconfig
1. close msconfig in the Windows 10 taskbar search
2. Now, find these two services in the list.
Windows Audio Endpoint builder Windows audio
3. Make sure they are checked. If they are not checked, check these two services.