After reviewing prior posts on this and other sites, I have downloaded and tried several drivers. This is a problem for thousands of users across the country. Fix 18 A complete different solution is to completely stop using Windows. Just make that the default device. Any help would be appreciated.
Hope the instructions above helps you resolve the problem. Now, play a video on Netflix and see if you can hear the sound. G oing through all those steps every time for a driver update is sure a headache. Install Updates Netflix makes use of Microsoft Silverlight, so make sure that you have the latest version of Microsoft Silverlight on your Windows 10 computer. It's like win 10 deleted my intel graphics card and info. I need to restart my laptop, then it become normal and I can typing.
For the rear connections this can be excluded anyway, as the output busses are directly soldered to the board. This should make your audio work again. For this you need to uninstall the Intel Chipset Driver 10. My Firefox crashed and I had no sound. It has the same hardware but has a W10 Intel graphics driver. Are you connected to multiple monitors? After some research I finally fixed the problem by downloading.
Click on the driver tab. I'm not sure if I'm misunderstanding something in the instructions. The problem shows up in quite a few threads on several forums, but I could not find a working solution. Some systems only work well with their manufacturer's drivers. Just work your way down at the top of the list until you find the one that works for you.
Unfortunately, I don't have any other ideas to offer, other than to reinstall a earlier version of W10 where it was working. There was an error message in the device manager. Have to share your disgust! I thought it was a bug. Open Control Panel on your computer. I have checked for updated drivers from what I can tell they are all up to date. I set it up once and boom worked great out the box.
Now it is working fine. It will download and install all the required drivers from official sites. Click Hardware and Devices and then click Next. You just have to follow the sequence of switching on your devices in a particular order. Then you need to left-click the sound device which is having the problem. Once the computer restarts, Windows will automatically install the device driver. Jaco Try Right click on the speaker icon in the notification area.
I've tried everything i've found online and still can't figure it out. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. After this change, try playing a Movie on Netflix and see if you can hear the Audio clearly. In the pop-up, on the Driver tab, disable it for a few seconds and enable it again. All your outdated, corrupt, broken or missing drivers will be listed in seconds. Doesn't even require a reboot to make this work. Ref: Fix 2 Another user with Dell Inspiron 15 N5110 had a similar problem after Win 10 upgrade.
If you don't see an Intel and Nvidia display adapter listed under the display adapters device manager, then your notebook just has the onboard Intel graphics, which would explain why the nVidia graphics driver does nothing. A context menu will pop up. Stick to those unless you have good reason to update the drivers. This solves most of the problems. Plus the cables are extremely inexpensive. Thanks a Million, John Hello John. Just select it and make it the default playback device in sound.
A Sound Box pops up and shows all playback devices. I had hoped that win10 would have solved it. Pull your self together now. A quick tour of the internet suggests a lot of people have had similar problems, but the range of suggested solutions is just mind-boggling. But that was of no use.