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"The Audio Service is not running"



 
 
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Old January 14th 08, 03:27 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
Colin Barnhorst[_2_]
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Glad things are looking better.

"drbob4248" wrote in message
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Colin,
Thank you for the reply. Fortunately (I think) I found a solution to
my problem. I discovered a couple of other threads describing lost
audio when using a Logitech Quickcam. I have a Quickcam Fusion, so I
uninstalled it. The uninstallation did not resolve the problem. I then
restarted the Windows Audio Service and Audio Endpoint Builder using
msconfig. After a restart (still no audio but those services stayed
running), I reinstalled my Quickcam and my sound was back. We'll see
how it goes.
Bob


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Old April 25th 09, 10:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
scoter
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On desktop, right click My Computer and click Manage. Select the Systems
sections till you get the list of all the systems. Double click the
Windows Audio line to get the pages displayed above. on the first tab
"General" the service was stopped and would not restart but came up with
the 1086 error. On the 4th tab, Dependencies, go into each one on the
list of services page, and make sure they are all running/ started. Go
back to the General Tab (first tab) and click on Start.


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Old April 28th 09, 11:00 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
sdwillia
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The solution to use can be very simple: Ensure the Multimedia Class
Scheduler is set to Automatic and then start it. Then start Windows
Audio.


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