audio services don't auto- start on startup

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  1. gauloises

    gauloises Honorable Member

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    Hi for all
    pls. need help,
    audio services wont start automatically on start up, so I have to restart manually every time at startup.any solution for this issue???
    thanks
     
  2. kaos

    kaos Senior Member

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    hi welcome to the forums

    you can try the followin


    go to start
    control panel
    system and security
    admin tools
    services

    right click the service
    click propterties

    in the middle of the box it says

    startup type : "what ever "

    change the startup type to automatic

    close thte box , restart pc and see if it works
     
  3. Trouble

    Trouble Noob Whisperer

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    I assume you are probably talking about the Windows native audio services, so....
    type
    services.msc
    into the search or run dialog box and hit enter.
    Scoll as needed and find
    Multimedia Class Scheduler
    Windows Audio
    Windows Audio Endpoint Builder
    Double click them and make sure their respective "Startup Type" is set to Automatic
    Additonally you may want to search the event viewer to see if there are any error logs being reported pertaining to audio. Expand Windows Logs, check application and system. A quick and dirty right click and find "audio" might get you started. Perhaps a third party audio service from another vendor might be conflicting.
     
  4. gauloises

    gauloises Honorable Member

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    Thanks for answering,I checked all native windows audio services, all are setted to "automatic",any way i'll reboot and see.
    Thanks again and again.
     
  5. Saltgrass

    Saltgrass Excellent Member
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    I would think if it takes two boots to get the audio to work it is not recognizing the driver on the first attempt. If the other suggestions are not the fix, maybe check the Device Manager to see what you show for sound. You may have one or more sound devices, but at least one should probably be an HD Audio and they should not have any yellow marks.

    On my system, I load the Realtek drivers which also have their own control panel. If yours is not working correctly, you might want to check your manufacturer to see if any Windows 7 drivers are available.
     

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