If you're using Windows Media Player, it has one. Then you will need to scan the menus to find the sound devices; enable on board sound or, if by name, the Avnex virtual sound. Check the microphone or headphone If your computer is connecting to a headphone, you can also check your headphone to make sure that the devices are working normally. When finished with this thread, as a courtesy to the forum, please select the Best Answer if the problem is solved. Conclusion In my case, the problem was solved but if none of the above problems is able to restore your Windows sound, I am afraid that the problem is not just related to. For this kind of problem, you need to isolate the problem.
Is your computer home-built or pre-built or do you know what motherboard is in it? Video and sound have been working for months with no issue. I don't know if these programs are still running without my knowledge but I've closed them out. Have attempted again, don't know if it will work. If the section is not showing any device in the list, there might be some problem with the device drivers. Is your computer home-built or pre-built or do you know what motherboard is in it? Unchecking those boxes gave back my audio after loading a dvd to watch. Also here is the picture showing the things under sound in device manager. Important Note: Some users have tried this method to reinstall the sound driver but there is still no sound.
Still you may always discuss your problems with us using the comments section. I have no idea what happened. My computer is infected with WinAntivirus 2007. Never did find out how they got checked. Look inside the headphone jack see if there is any obstacle that may stop the headphone from working properly. It may be that you have multiple sound systems. Might have to restart to get it to work, I don't recall.
Check the headphone jack You can first check the headphone jack. Click on the speaker icons to unmute the devices. Somehow gremlins during the night switched the speakers to mute. You can right click on your speakers and configure them, but I would wait to see if you have any sound at all. Go back into the 'sound', playback; right click on your speakers, select properties, then advanced. I attempted an uninstall and reinstall of the audio driver which did not work.
Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers. After that, check the audio to see if it works. However, sometimes when I turn on the computer, the sound comes on again and works consistently fine after a few reboots with no sound. Are you using a separate speakers or are you using the built-in speakers of your computer? As an aside, hopefully some others will jump in here and help should none of my input work. Unplug all audio devices from your computer. We'll try our best to help out.
Driver Talent will download and install the best-matched audio driver for your Windows 10 to fix this issue. As I said I don't know if this says that the sound card is installed. Windows will then detect an important update to install, and the problem should be fixed. As I installed the link you gave me, it worked! I'm a bit of a n00b when it comes to computers, so i really don't know how to do it. Make sure your audio device is set as default 1 Right click the volume icon at the bottom right corner, and click Playback devices.
We look forward to hearing back from you. Might have to restart to get it to work, I don't recall. Thanks in advance, and once again thanks for replying. Never did find out how they got checked. Click X to close the window.
Also here is the picture showing the things under sound in device manager. Then you will need to scan the menus to find the sound devices; enable on board sound or, if by name, the Avnex virtual sound. Ever since that day, everytime I try to start my laptop, it will bring me to that page. Note from Kimberley : Came into work this morning and the sound that was working perfectly fine last night when we left wasn't working this morning. I just read that the Avnex virual sound device is not your actual sound chip or card, it only enhances your sound cards abilities. As a side note, I tried one of these programs which tell you which programs you have outdated, and it always tells me that the soundcard is outdated even when i had no problem with my sound.