I've been kicking around a support ticket with EN support and tried several fixes, none of which have worked yet. I imagine this issue isn't high on their list of priorities so it might still be a while. An internal bug report has been filed recently, however. So a solution is probably already underway. Until then, you can try the fix they sent me (which didn't work for me, but my system is weird so that doesn't mean much). Re-installing worked for some, Pressing enter or space near the location the audio file should be within the note also seems to be a temporary solution. Here are the steps they sent me: If you do have any Local Only notebooks or unsynced notes, right-click the notebook name in the left-hand notebook pane and select "Export", then export the notebook to .enex format, exporting tags if desired. If you have some unsynchronized notes, you can go to the Note List view, sort by the "Sync" column, and export any notes that have a * in that column to .enex format before following the above instructions. Once those instructions are finished, you can then import the .enex files you created to restore these exported notes. Go to File > Sign Out Go to Evernote > Options Click on "Open Database folder" Copy the file with your username (ending in "exb") to a different location. For example, move it to your computer's desktop. Then: Please download and install the free version of "Revo Uninstaller" from the following link: http://www.revouninstaller.com/start_freeware_download.html Once Revo is installed use it to remove all traces of Evernote from your system (Run it in Advanced mode, and delete every item that is found for Evernote) and then Reboot your computer. Download and install this pre-release version of the Windows client: http://www.evernote.com/about/download/get.php?file=PrereleaseWinBeta Install with Internet Explorer and Outlook (if present) closed, selecting "Install for You" and not "Install for Everyone" during the installation process.