In today’s article, we are talking about the very common Windows 10 Audio Services Problem.
This is a very common problem “Audio service not responding” which means that your Audio is unresponsive to your computer messages.
These problem usually occurs when you upgrade your windows 10 and the drives are not updated to latest build.
In this tutorial we will guide you through simple solution to resolve this problem.
As usual, we do recommend that you try a regular restart of your device before you try and more extensive fixes, and that you complete a backup of your important files. There isn’t anything in this article that should put your system at risk but it is always a good habit and practice to get into.
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Fix Windows 10 Audio Service Problem by Rebooting or restarting Audio
- To do this Press Windows+R, then type “services.msc”, Press enter to move to the next step.
- The services list will appear in this list navigate to “Windows Audio”. Then right click on it and restart it.
- After that click the entry again and select the “properties”. In properties set the Startup Type as “Automatic”. Then Click on Apply button.
- Go back to the services list and search for “Windows Audio Endpoint Builder”. Right click and select “Restart”. Then click on start button.
- Again Click on the entry and open its properties and then select the Startup type as “Automatic”. click on apply button to save changes.
- At last reboot your computer and check the audio service will work.
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Muhammad Tayyab is a long time contributor at Geekspie.com. Muhammad has years of experience writing about tech, including tutorials to resolve common problems users experience with Windows and Mac computers, iOS and and android devices, and software of all kinds. He can be reached through the contact us form.