When I try to start it this comes up:
Not sure about this one but try going into safe mode and sign in on the administrator account and try it again.
Or try this sourced from another forum:
The Windows Audio service is dependent on other services, which are running. So, go to Start and type services.msc in the Search box. Then press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to run as a Administrator. Once it opens, go to Windows Audio service and double-click on it. It will open Windows Audio Properties page. Click on Dependencies. It will show something like Multimedia Class Scheduler, Remote Procedure Call (RPC) and Windows Audio Endpoint Builder. These are the Services. Ensure that all these services are running by checking in the list.
I did what you said and it worked. Thanks a lot. Thread can be locked
Just for the record which method did the trick.
Checking the dependancies and enabling one of the disabled ones : )
Even though this is an old thread. Mate, you safed my life. This worked.
I do what u say to do
but but what to do after dependance ,how to run that in that window say no dependanceis
plz inform me hurry
this is vewry
plz plz plz.
Have you check your device properly configured latest audio driver
visit to windows Microsoft website and try to find driver for windows 7 which compatible with version here is the link
Thanks for the assistance as this still works. The fix was that "Multimedia Class Scheduler" was disabled.
@Mark56 thank you! This help A LOT!