Identify The Process Responsible For This Pop-Up?


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This pop up keeps coming up, and believe it or not, it has priority over even Task manager and control alt delete. Its on top of task manager.
Ive gone through apps and services, searching for anything about speech or voice ionput, cant find it! Microsoft makes it super hard to find it on purpose

What can I kill to take this down?
Even if just temporary, I want to identify
the service or process?

Thanks!!

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It clearly states at the top “Microsoft Speech Services” And I believe if you click on “No, I don’t want to contribute” you wont see it again.
 

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It clearly states at the top “Microsoft Speech Services” And I believe if you click on “No, I don’t want to contribute” you wont see it again.
Which is why you would think its clearly easy to find. But There is nothing in task manager with "Speech" in it. And yes I pressed the No button, but each type I restart, its there again. Im curious what specific Process or Service is linked to it in task manager
 

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Uninstall the languagepack:
Open the Settings app, go to "Time & Language," then "Language." Under "Preferred languages," click on the language that is currently selected, and select "Options." Find the "Speech" section and click on "Remove" to uninstall the speech language pack.

Modify Group Policy settings:
Press Windows + R, type "gpedit.msc," and hit Enter to open the Group Policy Editor. Navigate to "Computer Configuration" > "Administrative Templates" > "Windows Components" > "Speech." Look for policies related to speech recognition or dictation and set them to "Disabled."

 

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Uninstall the languagepack:
Open the Settings app, go to "Time & Language," then "Language." Under "Preferred languages," click on the language that is currently selected, and select "Options." Find the "Speech" section and click on "Remove" to uninstall the speech language pack.

Modify Group Policy settings:
Press Windows + R, type "gpedit.msc," and hit Enter to open the Group Policy Editor. Navigate to "Computer Configuration" > "Administrative Templates" > "Windows Components" > "Speech." Look for policies related to speech recognition or dictation and set them to "Disabled."


Okay thanks.
I downloaded Process Explorer, never knew that existed, used the identity tool thing, and it came up as "TextInputHost.exe", but when I search that in Task Manager, it does not exist.
I see only "Search" comes up. I found a post that it is hidden within and related to the Windows Experience.
So I Then Expanded Search, and It shows Windows Input Experience hidden inside. Disabled that, and it worked! So the relation to the pop up was super masked for the average user at least.

sfsaf.png

I followed up to make this permanent with your suggestion, "Settings app, go to "Time & Language," then "Language." Under "Preferred languages," click on the language that is currently selected, and select "Options." Find the "Speech" section and click on "Remove" to uninstall the speech language pack." However they can not be uninstalled, its greyed out. Right click has no effect.
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Then tried the one you linked me to, the Shawn Brinks tutorial, Speech was already off:

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Tried Modify Group Policy settings as you noted, the only thing I had was for a speech updater, so I disabled that:
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I then also downloaded the Reg File from the Brinks tutorial to see if that will disable it.
 

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“Windows + H keys anywhere in the operating system to access Microsoft speech services, which turn voice into text.”

to get to that popup:
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no other services launch. i watched it all as i opened it multiple times. its all built into the Microsoft Speech Services. just Win+H and turn off the voice typing launcher and it should never appear again.
 
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Yeah, sorry. What was available 2 years ago isn't necessarily available today in Windows. I apologize.

Not sure why Brinks tutorial wouldn't work for you. Hopefully the reg file does.
If not, try blocking the executable? I am not sure if even this is still possible. I am not currently at my PC. Again, my apologies, I'm being kind of sloppy.

Block the executable:
Navigate to the following folder:
C:\Windows\System32\Speech_OneCore\Common\ and locate the file "SpeechRuntime.exe." Right-click on the file, select "Properties," go to the "Security" tab, and click on "Advanced." Disable inheritance, remove all permissions, and apply the changes. This will prevent the executable from running.
 

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“Windows + H keys anywhere in the operating system to access Microsoft speech services, which turn voice into text.”

to get to that popup:
View attachment 97670
no other services launch. i watched it all as i opened it multiple times. its all built into the Microsoft Speech Services. just Win+H and turn off the voice typing launcher and it should never appear again.

Okay, but that is separate right? I know the pop up in general is referring to the The speech to text feature (Windows +H).
But The pop-up about contributing, that I was getting, still has it's own specific process called " Windows Input Experience." ?
 

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Yeah, sorry. What was available 2 years ago isn't necessarily available today in Windows. I apologize.

Not sure why Brinks tutorial wouldn't work for you. Hopefully the reg file does.
If not, try blocking the executable? I am not sure if even this is still possible. I am not currently at my PC. Again, my apologies, I'm being kind of sloppy.

Block the executable:
Navigate to the following folder:
C:\Windows\System32\Speech_OneCore\Common\ and locate the file "SpeechRuntime.exe." Right-click on the file, select "Properties," go to the "Security" tab, and click on "Advanced." Disable inheritance, remove all permissions, and apply the changes. This will prevent the executable from running.
Thanks, unfortunately it is already disabled, I dont have that option. I clicked "Change Permissions" button there too, but same thing, its greyed out with "Enable Inheritance" so it must already be disabled? idk
Screenshot 2024-05-29 150115.png
 

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Next time you fresh install Windows, I’d suggest you keep an eye out for the options during install where I am almost 100% certain that the install asks somewhere if you want this service activated. My memory is very bad and I haven’t had to reinstall for a while thanks to image backups
I can’t remember where it is, maybe in the privacy options when installing Windows?
I toggle to No or Off. I have never been nagged.

But for my very limited reputation, please don’t quote me on this.
 

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Okay, but that is separate right? I know the pop up in general is referring to the The speech to text feature (Windows +H).
But The pop-up about contributing, that I was getting, still has it's own specific process called " Windows Input Experience." ?
I posted a screenshot… click on what I highlighted. That will open the popup you posted about. Turn off what I said and it will do away with that popup
 

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I posted a screenshot… click on what I highlighted. That will open the popup you posted about. Turn off what I said and it will do away with that popup

Oh okay, you were just referring how to replicate the pop-up, and then choose "No I dont want to contribute".

I had clicked that already, but was still getting the pop up coming back
 

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Okay thanks.
I downloaded Process Explorer, never knew that existed, used the identity tool thing, and it came up as "TextInputHost.exe", but when I search that in Task Manager, it does not exist.
I see only "Search" comes up. I found a post that it is hidden within and related to the Windows Experience.
So I Then Expanded Search, and It shows Windows Input Experience hidden inside. Disabled that, and it worked! So the relation to the pop up was super masked for the average user at least.

View attachment 97666

I followed up to make this permanent with your suggestion, "Settings app, go to "Time & Language," then "Language." Under "Preferred languages," click on the language that is currently selected, and select "Options." Find the "Speech" section and click on "Remove" to uninstall the speech language pack." However they can not be uninstalled, its greyed out. Right click has no effect.
View attachment 97667

Then tried the one you linked me to, the Shawn Brinks tutorial, Speech was already off:

View attachment 97668

Tried Modify Group Policy settings as you noted, the only thing I had was for a speech updater, so I disabled that:
View attachment 97669

I then also downloaded the Reg File from the Brinks tutorial to see if that will disable it.
Hi, I have the same problem as you had before.
Please explain in more detail how you disable it, or please, send the link where it is described:

"So I Then Expanded Search, and It shows Windows Input Experience hidden inside. Disabled that, and it worked! So the relation to the pop up was super masked for the average user at least."

Thank you very much!
 

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Hi, I have the same problem as you had before.
Please explain in more detail how you disable it, or please, send the link where it is described:

"So I Then Expanded Search, and It shows Windows Input Experience hidden inside. Disabled that, and it worked! So the relation to the pop up was super masked for the average user at least."

Thank you very much!
See my screenshot on that post, but this only works temporary: https://www.elevenforum.com/attachments/sfsaf-png.97666/

Maybe could just delete all the associated application files, the .dll files, anything with Text input in the name, so it can not function, breaking it. But this is probably not the best way to do it and could cause problems:
 
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Maybe could just delete the associated application files so it can not function. But this is probably not the best way to do it:


It will most likely be replaced during updates.
I can dissalow certain processes from starting up via my Kaspersky settings. Maybe your Firewall/Antivirus can do the same?
 

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Maybe could just delete all the associated application files, the .dll files, anything with Text input in the name, so it can not function, breaking it. But this is probably not the best way to do it:

I'll add; I don't think it's the best advice to be deleting system files. The results could be worse than the problem at hand.

Like I said earlier, check your Firewall/Antivirus settings and see if it can accommodate like Kaspersky

Screenshot 2024-05-30 095954.png
 
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In PowerShell, as an Administrator you can add an explicit deny Access Control Entry (ACE) to the .exe file so as to deny execution (X) to Everyone (Well-known SID S-1-1-0) on it. The easiest way to achieve this IMO is to use the Windows built-in icacls.exe command utility, albeit that involves some P/Invoke to get the permissions that are necessary to... err... well, manage the permissions.

Powershell:
Add-Type @"
using System;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;

public class TokenManipulator
{
  [DllImport("advapi32.dll", ExactSpelling = true, SetLastError = true)]
  internal static extern bool AdjustTokenPrivileges(IntPtr htok, bool disall,
  ref TokPriv1Luid newst, int len, IntPtr prev, IntPtr relen);
  [DllImport("kernel32.dll", ExactSpelling = true)]
  internal static extern IntPtr GetCurrentProcess();
  [DllImport("advapi32.dll", ExactSpelling = true, SetLastError = true)]
  internal static extern bool OpenProcessToken(IntPtr h, int acc, ref IntPtr
  phtok);
  [DllImport("advapi32.dll", SetLastError = true)]
  internal static extern bool LookupPrivilegeValue(string host, string name,
  ref long pluid);
  [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential, Pack = 1)]
  internal struct TokPriv1Luid
  {
    public int Count;
    public long Luid;
    public int Attr;
  }
  internal const int SE_PRIVILEGE_DISABLED = 0x00000000;
  internal const int SE_PRIVILEGE_ENABLED = 0x00000002;
  internal const int TOKEN_QUERY = 0x00000008;
  internal const int TOKEN_ADJUST_PRIVILEGES = 0x00000020;
  public static bool AddPrivilege(string privilege)
  {
    try
    {
      bool retVal;
      TokPriv1Luid tp;
      IntPtr hproc = GetCurrentProcess();
      IntPtr htok = IntPtr.Zero;
      retVal = OpenProcessToken(hproc, TOKEN_ADJUST_PRIVILEGES | TOKEN_QUERY, ref htok);
      tp.Count = 1;
      tp.Luid = 0;
      tp.Attr = SE_PRIVILEGE_ENABLED;
      retVal = LookupPrivilegeValue(null, privilege, ref tp.Luid);
      retVal = AdjustTokenPrivileges(htok, false, ref tp, 0, IntPtr.Zero, IntPtr.Zero);
      return retVal;
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
      throw ex;
    }
  }
  public static bool RemovePrivilege(string privilege)
  {
    try
    {
      bool retVal;
      TokPriv1Luid tp;
      IntPtr hproc = GetCurrentProcess();
      IntPtr htok = IntPtr.Zero;
      retVal = OpenProcessToken(hproc, TOKEN_ADJUST_PRIVILEGES | TOKEN_QUERY, ref htok);
      tp.Count = 1;
      tp.Luid = 0;
      tp.Attr = SE_PRIVILEGE_DISABLED;
      retVal = LookupPrivilegeValue(null, privilege, ref tp.Luid);
      retVal = AdjustTokenPrivileges(htok, false, ref tp, 0, IntPtr.Zero, IntPtr.Zero);
      return retVal;
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
      throw ex;
    }
  }
}
"@
[void][TokenManipulator]::AddPrivilege("SeRestorePrivilege")
[void][TokenManipulator]::AddPrivilege("SeBackupPrivilege")
[void][TokenManipulator]::AddPrivilege("SeTakeOwnershipPrivilege")

takeown /f C:\Windows\System32\Speech_OneCore\common\SpeechRuntime.exe
cmd /c "icacls C:\Windows\System32\Speech_OneCore\common\SpeechRuntime.exe /deny *s-1-1-0:(x)"
icacls C:\Windows\System32\Speech_OneCore\common\SpeechRuntime.exe /setowner "NT SERVICE\TrustedInstaller"
 

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    Eastern Electric MiniMax DAC Supreme; Emotiva UMC-200; Astell & Kern AK240
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Sony Bravia XR-55X90J
    Screen Resolution
    3840×2160
    Hard Drives
    512GB SSD internal
    37TB external
    PSU
    Li-ion
    Cooling
    2× Arc Flow Fans, 4× exhaust vents, 5× heatpipes
    Keyboard
    Logitech K800
    Mouse
    Logitech G402
    Internet Speed
    20Mbit/s up, 250Mbit/s down
    Browser
    FF
  • Operating System
    11 Home
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Medion S15450
    CPU
    i5 1135G7
    Memory
    16GB DDR4
    Graphics card(s)
    Intel Iris Xe
    Sound Card
    Eastern Electric MiniMax DAC Supreme; Emotiva UMC-200; Astell & Kern AK240
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Sony Bravia XR-55X90J
    Screen Resolution
    3840×2160
    Hard Drives
    2TB SSD internal
    37TB external
    PSU
    Li-ion
    Mouse
    Logitech G402
    Keyboard
    Logitech K800
    Internet Speed
    20Mbit/s up, 250Mbit/s down
    Browser
    FF

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