This is just my best guess. That is your default audio playback device. To fix audio issues in Windows 10 by setting the default device option, just open Start and enter Sound. These steps do not work. To do this, follow these steps: Right-click the speaker icon in you taskbar next to the clock and select 'Playback Devices'. Sometimes your external speakers might be the reason whyyour are reading this how to fix audio issues in Windows 10 article.
Now open the appropriate result and click on the Playback tab. Any ideas what the problem could be? Didn't have to fiddle with chrome or anything at all, audio sounded great. Just to reiterate, new tabs do pop up but every tab, regardless of what it is for, just remains white and nothing happens. This is what dialog box I got: I tried a Shift + Shutdown but it didn't fix the problem. Right-click the controller and select Uninstall.
This might be due to the corruption of audio drivers. Sound allow sites to play sounds. Where the speaker is in the system tray, I noticed it said 'The Audio Service is Not Running'. Please answer the below questions to assist you better, 1. I hope that the developers will either fix this problem or simply state plainly that Soundcloud is not supported by Chrome.
Google has not released an update to fix the issue, but fret not. Right-click the controller and select Uninstall. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum There are a lot of bad or obvious tips on how to cure You tube sound dropouts. There is a tutorial in the forum. Given you did a complete shutdown it should have installed. The same thing occurs when trying to load a video project in Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13. Switching your windows sample rate to 44.
Here's what happens when I open try to open Device Manager: And here's confirmation that the Windows Updates installed properly: A bit of a weird one, but I'm just happy I've got my sound back to be honest. That got me sound in everything but Chrome. Just a few glitches with the same thing in steam and other places people have mentioned but nothing I can't live with. If you purchased the router, check your network firewall settings. If you are having the same issue like us, Please try this method. I see that you are facing issues with the audio of the system. So yeah that's the problem.
You want to click on the 'Advanced' tab in this window. So, who can help me out with this problem? If you look at these images you'll see what I mean. This would make me think that a slower computer would have trouble trying to buffer in real-time. Now try running Chrome, and it will work. Now your should rescan for hardware changes and display the audio adapter fully installed.
In the 'Advanced' tab, there is a 'Default Format' section. Thanks again for your help. Cheers Mathis In many cases, problems like this with Chrome will turn out to be caused by some amateurish Chrome extension which has never been thoroughly tested. I think I'll have to resign myself to reset things. I had it outside the marks but I must be dense and added a space somewhere. I'll look into Macrium Reflect, but I haven't made any computer backups and did reset Windows 10 today, so not sure whether that will work. Checking will only take a couple of minutes and could solve your issue without extreme measures.
Here is what I did. Thanks so much for replying. I'm at work right now, will need to test lowering this when I am home So, this leads me to believe the problem has something to do with a change made in Windows 10, and isn't directly related to Chrome. Find your default playback device. I would prefer them to be a last resort though, as I do not want to risk any bugs. Firstly, thank you so much for reading this thread. I've never used Device Manager prior today and I hope I'll never have to again, though if anyone does have any suggestions for the above error, I'll look into it.
I have one machine on a homenet that plays Firefox You tube no problem. I installed Dell's most recent audio drivers, and YouTube videos and Sony Movie Studio Platinum are both working as I want them to. A bit of a weird one, but I'm going to cross my fingers it'll correct itself. Any idea on how to fix the root cause of this issue? The Chrome Help function is rather all over the place about the matter. What do they do exactly? I started to follow your ideas and ended up seeing Internet Explorer so I tested out youtube on that instead of Edge of Chrome. I spent hours trying to debug this problem. The tablet originally debuted with Windows 8.
Try out each and every option in this drop-down menu. Where the speaker is in the system tray, I noticed it said 'The Audio Service is Not Running'. You need to check and see if windows 10 installed a Vaudio driver for your physical sound card. Visit Youtube and watch any video. The sound on other browsers work as well.