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Problem with MsConfig Service called "Power" and also my audio

msconfig service power audio

Best Answer Marcologue , 01 November 2015 - 10:04 AM

Actually I solved my lagging/crashing problem with the Power Service by going into the Power Options in Control Panel and creating a new power plan (I chose "High Performance"). This way I don't ge... Go to the full post »


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I was having huge lagging and crashing problems until I found out it was the Microsoft Service called "Power" in MsConfig that was the culprit. When I disable it, it fixes my problems, but now I don't have audio anymore.

Can anybody help?


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I tried a few more things without success.

- Ran Disk Check (It found errors but didn't fix mi sissue)
- Ran SeaTools
- Update SSD firware, BIOS, Chipset, Hard disk controller
- Ran SFC /Scannow command until no errors appeared during tests


No improvement tho... it seens I either have to live with a blazing fast PC with no audio, or a slow pc with audio.


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Actually I solved my lagging/crashing problem with the Power Service by going into the Power Options in Control Panel and creating a new power plan (I chose "High Performance"). This way I don't get and lag or crashes and I can keep my audio because I don't have to work with the Power Service disabled.


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