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The Speech Application Programming Interface (SAPI) is an API developed by Microsoft to allow the use of speech recognition and speech synthesis within Windows applications. SAPI has been shipped as a part of the Windows operating system. Microsoft Office, Microsoft Agent and many Vovsoft programs use SAPI 5.

The aim of this article is to provide assistance in identifying and resolving typical issues associated with voice engines and the Microsoft Speech API (SAPI).


Class not registered

This error message indicates that there is an issue with the sapi.dll file or the registry entries associated with SAPI.

The sapi.dll file is typically located in the "C:\Windows\System32\Speech\Common" folder.

This command may help fixing the issue:

sfc /scannow


No voices were found

If no voices are detected on your system, this error message will appear. A reboot may fix this, and it is also possible that reinstalling your display languages and voices may help with the error.


OLE Error 80040247

This issue is usually associated with virus scanners and/or firewalls, and some users have reported encountering it with Nod32 antivirus and Lavasoft Personal Firewall.


OLE Error 80040014

This problem normally indicates a problem with the directory structure of voices.


OLE Error 80040018

This problem normally indicates a problem with the directory structure of voices.


OLE Error 8004503A

If you see this error on Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11 when using Microsoft voices, the problem generally has to do with some corrupt registry entries for the Microsoft voices.

Check the registry entries:

HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Speech_OneCore\Voices\Tokens OneCore voices
HKLM:\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Speech\Voices\Tokens For 32-bit apps
HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Speech\Voices\Tokens For 64-bit apps


OLE Error 80070057 - Only one top level element is allowed in an XML Document

The first thing to check for this problem is for syntax errors related to using XML tags. If you're using XML tags in the text to change voices, make sure that start and end tags are paired correctly, and there are no extra end tags in the text.

The correct use of XML for silence:

<silence msec="1000"/>
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May 10, 2023 at 08:11 pm (PST) | Reply
win7 x64 cant run softeware
没有注册类,ClassID:{96749377-3391-11D2-9EE3-00C04F797396}.

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