windows movie maker no sound

Windows movie maker with no sound?

We came to realize that with this operating system, Windows, this was a common problem.

Editing insider has the following ways of getting out of this problem:

1. Right click on the start menu
2. Click on ‘computer management.’
3. Select ‘service and applications.’
4. Click on ‘service.’
5. Scroll down and select ‘windows audio.’
6. Click ‘start service.’

Unfortunately, we didn’t try this option because Robert had rectified the situation. So we are not sure if it will work 100%. Don’t ignore it and if a patron comes with such kind of problem, try and give it a test.

How to fix common Windows Movie Maker errors


There are other errors that might erupt other than the ones mentioned above. You can go to Microsoft official movie maker errors FAQ, or even such the problems online and you might some answers. But the following are solutions to some of the common errors that you might encounter.

a. Movie Maker can’t start/open

If such a problem erupts, before restarting your movie maker, ensure that your computer can meet the system requirements. If it fails again, try to update your video card drivers. You can get the latest drivers from different system drivers. What you have to do is to press the Windows + R keys to open the Run window, type dxdiag and click ‘ok’. You will get information that you will use to compare with what the web of the manufacturer has.

b. Movie Maker has stopped working unexpectedly

If you want to avoid this problem, always avoid installing the incompatible video filter. If there is already some, try to run the program in safe mode so that the incompatible video filter is not loaded. This will solve the matter effectively.

c. Windows Movie Maker has no sound

The obvious reason of this problem is that there is no sound on the imported video. If the original video has audio and you have the latest version of Windows Live Essentials, just try no-sound-movie-makertyping ‘services’ in the windows search box, select Windows audio, then stop and start the service again. If no audio device were found, an error c9450032 would show up.
If that happens, you can solve it by using the following steps:
a. Click sound in control panel
b. Choose the recording device on the recording, then click on properties, and then device usage, and select use this device (enable) click Ok.
c. Open the program; click the movie maker button, then options. Select webcam to check and find out if the available audio device is set to the one that you enabled in the control panel.

What to do if you get windows ten live movie maker error

There are different errors that come when using this Windows program. The most common ones is the pop up error codes, for instance 0x87160138, 0x87160139, 0x8000ffff, 0x8007, 0x80004003, 80004005 and 80004006. The most important thing is that you should understand what they stand for.

For example:
– 8000ffff is an update error that insinuates that an update is being blocked.

– 0x80004005 means that the program had to restart unexpectedly. You can try to solve it by installing Windows update KB2990967, KB29844006 or KB2998527.

– 0x80070057 is caused by incompatible or corrupt source files. You can avoid this by importing the most suitable file formats for this program.

There are many other video audio formats that are friendly with the windows video editor tool, but the fact is you need to convert some incompatible media files to native media formats that are supported by Windows 10.

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1 Comment

  1. Anonymous
    September 25, 2017 at 11:21 pm — Reply

    This information doesn’t work. You tell us to click “computer management.” But that doesn’t even pop up as an option. When I right click I only see “Properties’ and “Open Windows Explorer.”

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