A Windows user might have faced error pop-ups saying Audio services not responding, or Audio is no longer working on your computer.
This error may occur if the audio driver is outdated and couldn’t function properly, or while updating Windows, the audio driver gets damaged.
1. Download and install CCleaner.
2. Go to Registry > Scan for Issues > Fix selected issues.
3. Now, press Windows + S, type Device Manager and click to open.
4. Expand Sound, video and game controllers, right click on the sound device and select Uninstall.
5. Restart your computer to apply the changes.
1. Press Windows + S, type regedit and click to open.
2. Now, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Services > AudioEndPointBuilder > Parameters.
3. Look for ServiceDll on right, if the value is %SystemRoot%\System32\Audiosrv.dll, replace it with %SystemRoot%\System32\AudioEndPointBuilder.dll
4. Restart your computer to apply changes.
1. Press Windows + S, type Troubleshooter and click to open.
2. Select Hardware and Sound.
3. Now, click on Playing Audio under Sound.
4. Click Advanced Options in the Playing Audio window, check mark Apply repairs automatically and click Next.
5. Troubleshooter will automatically diagnose the issue and ask you if you want to apply the fix or not.
6. Click Apply this fix and restart your computer to apply changes.