The other day I turned on my computer and my audio would not play. A small icon that resembles when the volume is muted is permanently displayed. When clicked, a window titled: "Playing Audio" opens and tries to troubleshoot the issue. It comes up with the following:
One or more...
As you can see I am having the problem of audio service not running. I have read a couple threads and tried to do the recovery but my control panel just freezes up. Please help with any further options.
on my HP all-in-one computer, windows 8.1 was auto installed - the sound worked fine for a day, now it doesnt - also, i cant access the control panel - how can i fix this, and where can i get a free update or audio device?
So about a month ago my sound crashed and stopped working on my Advent netbook laptop.
There is a red X and if I click on the sound icon then the trouble shooter automatically starts and gives me the message 'one or more audio service isn't running.'
On other forums I have read that if you go...
Hello, fellow... meh, I don't know.
OS: Windows 8.1 Pro
Processor: AMD FX-1400 Quad Core
RAM: 8.00 GB
Storage: 1.73 TB of 1.81 TB available
System Type: 64-bit Operating System, x64 based processor
My issue started a day or two ago when I installed a windows update. I go to watch something the next day, and no sound is coming from the computer. I double check the connections, update the drivers and still get nothing. I look around online and most people who have had similar issues had...
My install went OK with the exception that I have no sound, I installed on a HP Pav m1050y Intel Pentium 4 with a Creative Audigy 2Z S sound card. In Services when I attempt to start this error returns "error 1068 the dependency services or group failed to start" Any ideas out there on how to...