• If your Discord application or parts of its files are corrupt, one of the first things you might notice is this problem.
• If the Quality Windows Audio Video Experience service isn’t working, you can try reinstalling Windows. Because the service is so important and entwined with Discord’s fundamental functionality, you’ll see this error if it starts up automatically.
• This problem has also been reported by certain users when Discord is started with admin privileges.
AppData and LocalAppData both have data that can be deleted.
Step 1: On this machine, look for the folder “C: UsersYOUR USERNAMEAppDataDiscord.”
Note: To see the AppData folder, go to the ‘View’ menu and select ‘Hidden items.’ The AppData folder can now be seen.
Step 2: Go to AppData and delete the Discord folder.
If you see an error message stating that some files can’t be erased because they’re in use, open Task Manager and terminate the Spotify process. Step 3: Press “Windows+R” on your keyboard to open the Run dialogue box. To launch the Run window, press the Enter key and type “percent localappdata.”
Step 4: Delete the Discord folder, ensuring no files are left behind.
That’s all there is to it; to finish, simply restart your computer
The Quality Windows Audio Experience Service’s Startup Type can be changed.
Step 1: Type “Services” into the Windows search box and press Enter.
Choose ‘Quality Windows Audio Experience’ from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Select ‘Properties’ from the context menu’s right-click menu.
Step 4: Select ‘Automatic’ from the Startup type drop-down. Step 5: When you’ve finished making your changes, click OK to save them.
A third-party antivirus programme is sometimes to blame for this issue. It interferes with Discord’s functionality, but you can easily repair it by adding Discord to your antivirus software’s whitelist or disabling the antivirus app when using Discord.
Using Discord without Admin Permissions
Step 1: Select ‘Properties’ from the right-click menu of the Discord icon on your desktop.
Choose ‘Compatibility’ from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Select “Run this programme as an administrator” and uncheck the box.
Step 4: Restart your computer after selecting OK to save your changes.
Our talk has come to a close.
Reinstalling Discord is possible
Step 1: Type “Control Panel” and click Enter in the Windows search box.
Choose ‘Programs and Features from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Select “Discord” from the drop-down menu.
Step 4: Select ‘Uninstall’ from the context menu by right-clicking on the menu bar. Ensure that “fully uninstall Discord from your computer” is selected.
After you’ve completed the process, go to the Discord official website and reinstall it.
Simply put, it’s that simple.
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