Yes, I've tried the keyboard volume controls to no avail. Yes, the driver has been loaded and at least according to my computer functioning properly the whole time. If there is no sound coming from the speaker, not even a humming noise, remove and replace the fuse. Or else, simply right-click on the Speaker icon in the Taskbar notification area and select Troubleshoot sound problems to open the Sound and Audio Troubleshooter. If the drop-down list is grayed out, uncheck the box for Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar to allow you to change the drop-down list selection. Do you know what might be the issue? Find the mute button on your keyboard, which is typically has a sound or speaker icon with a slash through the middle.
Rather than bringing my computer to get fixed, I just took a pair of headphones and inserted them into the jack repeatedly, at different speeds. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below and we will see what more we can do to help. Laptops and tablets do not usually have sound cards. This will show all the drivers for your sound card and other devices that fall into this category. Skype was slightly different, but also fixed by working through Skype. Step Check to see if your audio drivers are functioning properly.
If this does not work, check the manufacturer's support website and check to see if there are any updates. Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct driver for your computer. Or click Update All to automatically download and install all the latest correct drivers that is missing or outdated This requires the. Unmute the speakers by doing one of two tasks. I haven't tried the Ubuntu option, as I have no clue on how to go on with that. Your sound card may also be disabled, malfunctioning, or unavailable. Heres another problem that i'm having.
In Default Format, choose another different audio rate, then click the Test button. Instead, they have integrated sound processors, which appear in the same category in Device Manager. Now I suppose that I need to go through and check all my drivers. My problem was that my girlfriend put an iPod video cable into my headphone jack to connect it to our stereo. Here is what I did: yesterday, I downloaded the latest version 10.
Btw, I have also performed a system restore, and that has not solved the problem either. Before you begin, just ensure that you have plugged in all the cables properly and that you have not muted the speakers by mistake. These jacks connect to a sound processor. On the Advanced tab, under Default Format, change the setting, and then check your audio device. If you cannot hear sound through the headphones, make sure that you are connecting the headphones into the correct connector, and try again. Expand Sound, Video and Game Controllers.
I found out a day or two later that Skype had also lost sound. Click on Device Manager and scroll through the list until you see Sound, video and game controllers and click on it. The Device Manager will open. Follow the steps below to check the settings for your sound. If after rebooting the computer, you still have the same conflicts, double-click on the conflicting device and refer to our section for additional information.
Poor sound quality occurs when lower sound levels are raised to a peak level. Verify speaker connections Verify the speaker settings and speakers are not at fault by running through. If you open the device that is conflicting and view the properties, additional details about the conflict may be listed. To open the Sound and Audio Troubleshooter, bring up the Control Panel by pressing Win+X in combination and selecting Control Panel. Alternately, double-click on the speaker icon at the bottom righthand side of the screen. I'm kinda lost at the moment on what to do.
Windows should automatically install a basic or proper driver, which should allow the sound to play again. To find more specific information about using and adjusting your monitor speaker settings, see the support documentation that came with your monitor. See whether the driver is installed and the device working properly. If you want to think it's a Windows issue, then you will, as far as I can tell never see a fix. I have no idea what's causing this. I included that as well as additional details i.
I don't know what happened. This will reinstall the driver. The volume setting for one or more sound devices might be disabled or set too low. Get back to us if the problem persists. I would go into the sound settings and it would still show it playing and now it doesn't show the driver at all. While this post has been written keeping Windows 10 and Windows 8 in mind, it will help if you face the No Sound problem on other Windows versions too.