End All App Processes
Using the task manager, try killing all app services. For example, when you launch an app, various background services linked to that app are launched. You may face troubles like these as a result of these background services. So you must locate and kill the service that is causing the issue. Using the task manager function in Windows 10, you may forcibly stop any app or service.
1 – Click Win + R to open the Run command box, type “taskmgr” and press Enter. This command will launch the task manager.
2 – Find all Discord-related services and click End Process.
3 – Restart your computer and then restart your Discord app. This will easily restart all Discord services and resolve the issue.
Delete Discord App Data
1 – Launch file explorer by pressing Win + E on your keyboard, and then go to your OS installation drive. It’s a C drive, in my instance.
2 – Go to Users and open your user folder (your computer name). In my situation, the answer is “Mike.”
3 – Now, go to the AppData folder. If you cannot see it, enable the “hidden items” option in the folder settings. To enable it, go to the View tab in file explorer and tick the “hidden items” option. All hidden files and folders are now visible.
4 – Navigate to the AppData folder, followed by the Roaming folder. The Discord folder may be found here. This route will take you straight to the Roaming folder location.
5 – Right-click and delete the Discord folder.
Well, if it says, “some files couldn’t have been deleted,” it means your app is running in the background. It would be best if you used the task manager to close it forcibly. Open task manager from the taskbar > find the Discord app > right-click it and select End task.
Delete the discord folder now. Let us now delete the localappdata folder.
1 – Press the Win + R key to open the Run command box.
2 – Type “%localappdata%” > click enter.
3 – Locate and delete the Discord folder.
Change Startup Type Of Windows Audio Video Experience Service
As previously stated, the Windows Audio Video Experience service is intimately linked to the basic functionalities of any app, such as Discord, Spotify, and Skype. Therefore, you may face difficulties like these if this service is disabled or configured to manual mode. The error may be resolved by changing the starting type from manual to automatic. So, let’s get this party started.
1 – Press the Win + R keyboard shortcut to launch Run.
2 – Enter the command “services.msc” and click Enter. This command will launch the services window.
3 – find the “Quality Windows Audio Video Experience” service here.
4 – Right-click it and choose Properties from the menu that appears.
5 – If the service is currently running, use the Stop button to terminate it.
6 – After some time, click the Start button again to restart the service.
7 – Locate the Startup type option and select “Automatic” from the find-down list. Then, to save the changes, click Apply and OK.
Many users have reported seeing the following error message after changing the starting type to automatic:
To fix the issue, follow the following steps:
1 – To open Windows services, follow the steps mentioned above.
2 – Then, under the Log On tab, select Browse.
3 – Time your computer’s name into the “Enter the object name to select” box, click Check Names and wait a few seconds. It will locate and list your name here.
4 – Click OK, and you’re done.
Now attempt to open your app. It should start up without a hitch.
Run App Without Admin Permission
1 – On your desktop, right-click the Discord app and select properties.
2 – Go to the Compatibility tab, uncheck the “Run this program as an administrator” checkbox, and click Apply.
3 – Launch the Discord app.
All significant difficulties with the app may be resolved by reinstalling it. If you have this problem with your Discord app or any other app, consider reinstalling it. The majority of folks have fixed the issue simply by reinstalling the app. You may give it a go as well. It should be noted that this will delete all app data and reset all app settings. Well, to reinstall the Discord app, follow these steps.
1 – Press the Windows button on your keyboard to open the start menu, and then look for the control panel.
2 – Select Uninstall a program.
3 – Find the Discord app and right-click it to select Uninstall.
Using Windows Settings, uninstall a program.
Here are the steps to follow if you’re using the Windows Settings app:
1 – Press the Win + I key to access Windows settings.
2 – Now select Apps.
3 – Locate and select the Discord app from the list of installed software.
4 – Select Uninstall.
Restart your computer or laptop once Discord has been deleted.
Then, download and install the most recent version of the Discord app.
The Bottom Line:
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