Run services.msc and select Windows Audio in Services to Restart.
Use Command Prompt to add services.
Modify Registry: change the value data of ServiceDll.
Check audio components in Services.
Reinstall the audio driver in Device Manager.
Install the default sound drivers.
Use System Restore or do a clean install.
Restore registry key from antivirus.
1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and R at the same time to invoke the Run box.
2) Type services.msc and press Enter to open the Services window:
3) Click Windows Audio, then Restart.
4) Right-click Windows Audio, then select Properties.
5) Set the Startup to Automatic. Then click Apply > OK.
In Windows 10, right-click on the Windows image and select Run. Enter services.
Scroll down to Windows Audio to open the double click menu.
If the service stopped for some reason, I would say that the system sound is not working properly.
Check the service startup type.
Press a few Windows + r keys on your PC keyboard. This invokes the Run Utility.
Right-click the Windows Audio service and select Properties.
Set the startup type to Automatic.
Repeat the same steps for many of the Windows Audio Endpoint Builder solutions.
You need to check the settings related to sound: press the Windows logo key but S -> type services -> just press Enter to run it -> trust Windows sound -> check the column position. When Windows says “Internet Audio Service is not running”, it means that it is still stopped and you need to fix this problem now.
Press + Windows R, type “services.msc” and MarketingEnter. Scroll through all the service entries until you get to “Windows Audio”. Right-click it and select Restart.
There are usually several reasons why your laptop sound might not work: The volume might be turned off.
The internal speakers may be defective.
Windows is probably sending audio to the wrong audio device.
Sound enhancements can be a problem causing interference.
The operating system may conflict with the audio controls.
[FIXED] Audio service not working on Windows 10. Method 1: Simply increase or decrease computer power if audio services are not responding. A solution that seems pretty crazy.
Method 2: Windows restarts the audio service and its dependencies.
Method 3: Change connection settings to fix broken audio services four:
The Update Audio Media method to fix audio services probably doesn’t work.
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