Windows 10: Event ID 1 SpeechRuntime

  1.    15 Feb 2018 #1

    Event ID 1 SpeechRuntime


    So I have this odd quirk the past few days. Sometimes on certain windows apps like Netflix or System settings it will hang till I close out but when I go back into them it acts normal and when I check the event log it gives me this.

    Audio Orchestrator Power Event: Battery Saver Is Not Enabled, Voice Activation Ready

    Any reason why this may be happening?
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  2. Posts : 8,163
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1803
       15 Feb 2018 #2

    That looks like an informational event, not sure it is root cause.

    Does anything show in reliability history?

    If this started in the past few days I would be suspecting updates, patch Tuesday was the 13th.

    Have you seen if you received any new drivers? If so I would roll them back and block driver updates. Option four of this tutorial.

    Enable or Disable Driver Updates in Windows Update in Windows 10

    Test.

    If that is not root cause then I would concentrate on updates. You may have to uninstall them. To prevent their immediate re-installation you may have to hide them.

    Hide or Show Windows Updates in Windows 10


    Ken
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  3.    15 Feb 2018 #3

    I decided to restart my computer and that seems to have fixed it. I did restart it on Tuesday since of that update. And no I don't have Windows update my drivers, I learned that listen long ago.

    I will check reliability history later to try to find more info.
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  4.    26 Feb 2018 #4

    Redbatman, did you ever go back and search for this SpeechRuntime event? I get it every few hours and I've disabled Cortana everywhere, yet she lurks in my task manager even now.

    I've followed all current directions given by Microsoft for disabling Voice Recognition, but their path does not match with mine. I did find it in my control panel, but nothing even resembling a disable option. I'm running 10 Pro, but their directions appeared to be from a completely different version of Windows.

    My mics aren't enabled but still, I feel like if Microsoft is going to be like this I might as well get a Mac.
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  5.    15 May 2018 #5

    Chantaje said: View Post
    Redbatman, did you ever go back and search for this SpeechRuntime event? I get it every few hours and I've disabled Cortana everywhere, yet she lurks in my task manager even now.

    I've followed all current directions given by Microsoft for disabling Voice Recognition, but their path does not match with mine. I did find it in my control panel, but nothing even resembling a disable option. I'm running 10 Pro, but their directions appeared to be from a completely different version of Windows.
    My mics aren't enabled but still, I feel like if Microsoft is going to be like this I might as well get a Mac.
    I get this event everytime I type something in modern settings or modern apps like Netflix. I have also disabled cortana and every speech setting.
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