Error 1079 Windows Audio Service

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by frankvfox, Sep 23, 2009.

  1. frankvfox

    frankvfox Guest

    Just rebuilt my 64 bit Dell T605 with Server 2008. It's my personal
    development machine so I installed a Creative SB X-Fi sound card. I can't
    start the Audio Services because of error 1079 "The account specified for
    this service is different from the account specified for other services
    running in the same process". Going through all the other services (both
    required and dependent for audio service) I find they are all assigned the
    Local System account and with the "Allow service to interact with desktop"
    check box unchecked. All the required services are running before trying to
    start audio. What am I missing? I can't figure this out.

    Frank Fox
    Hendersonville, Tennessee
     
    frankvfox, Sep 23, 2009
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    devaraju.k Guest

     
    devaraju.k, Oct 1, 2009
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  3. frankvfox

    Devaraju Guest

    Hello Frank

    Please try the following settings to resolve your issue..

    goto services.msc ->windows audio ->click on logon

    Under log on - I typed in

    NT AUTHORITY\LocalService

    then the password.

    And restarted it - I hope it works!


    Deva
     
    Devaraju, Oct 1, 2009
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  4. frankvfox

    Devaraju Guest

    Hello Frank

    Please try the following settings to resolve your issue..

    goto services.msc ->windows audio ->click on logon

    Under log on - I typed in

    NT AUTHORITY\LocalService

    then the password.

    And restarted it - I hope it works!


    -Deva
     
    Devaraju, Oct 1, 2009
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  5. Hi Deva,
    Thanks a lot, its working..
     
    Santhosh Kannan, Sep 15, 2010
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    hardikgala

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    hey it worked thnx for that
    but it is not started automatically even though setting for this service is set to automatically
     
    hardikgala, Mar 30, 2011
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    punit.taank Guest

    It worked, Thanks
     
    punit.taank, Mar 28, 2014
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