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- Application settings or the application itself is corrupted.
- The application is running with administrative privileges
- Quality Windows Audio Video Experience service is not active.
Launch your program without administrator rights
- Find the executable file of your program, right-click it and select Properties.
- Switch to the Compatibility tab.
- Uncheck the Run this program as administrator checkbox.
- Click OK.
Reinstalling your program
- Press the Windows key and type Discord.
- Right-click it and select “Uninstall.”
- Once the uninstallation process is complete, download the latest version of Discord from the official website.
Start the Quality Windows Audio Video Experience service automatically
- Use the following key combination: Windows + R.
- Type services.MSC and press Enter.
- Scroll down the list until you see Quality Windows Audio Video Experience.
- Right-click it and select Properties.
- From the Startup Type drop-down menu, select Automatic.
- Click OK and close the window.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Open Control Panel > Uninstall a program.
- Find the latest version of Microsoft Visual C++ (64-bit) and click Change (if you are using the 64-bit version of Teams, you may need x86).
- Click Restore.
- Enter your administrator credentials to perform the restore.
Discord or its settings may be corrupted - In this case the Discord installation is to blame, so either reset the settings or reinstall the application. Discord is running with administrator privileges - Running Discord with administrator privileges has been known to cause this problem, so make sure you remove that option.
- Delete Discord files in Localappdata and Appdata.
- Whitelist the Discord installation files with your antivirus software.
- Uninstall Discord and reinstall it.