If the audio does not work after the restoration, then it is because of a hardware failure. Selecting it revealed it had failed to start Code 10. Windows has successfully update your driver software. However earlier this week, when I tried to watch a video on YouTube, only to find there was no sound. But that seems a lot of trouble to go through, just to change the default device from the modem - or some other obsoleted and redundant device - back to the device which should be handling sound on the machine. Method 1 : Try to update the audio driver and check if it helps.
Browse to the driver files on the hard drive the location you wrote down. Step 5 — This will show a list of hardware types. Any help would also be appreciated, thanks. No telling yet how long it will last. And this something was the microphone. I'm inclined to agree with the comment above me that you just need drivers. What can it be and how can I solve this issue? Cables and Volume: laptop speakers won't work, can't change volume because there is no device found Other three solutions involve audio device, there are none available.
I can now adjust volume, but I have no actual playback. On the bottom corner, there is a red X next to the sound icon and when i check for playback and recording devices, it just says that none are installed. Mainly this applies to Microsoft. It'd really be quite coincidental that the hardware on a laptop failed 6 months after purchase and only when upgraded to Windows 10. Thanks again for doing the leg-work on this fix! Step 2 — Perform a right-click on your audio driver. I'm starting to be desperate. I checked also the Device Manager, but there everything appears to work fine.
I tried both to reinstall the latest drivers from the manufacturer website, and to let windows install its own drivers after reboot, but nothing changed at all. That would help more to try and help you. The benefit of doing this is that the audio will work again just like it did when you took the laptop out of the box if a software problem caused the problem. The installation wizard told me he had to uninstall the old drivers first and reboot. I know it's a crummy laptop, but we're trying to band aid it until she graduates and buys herself a better one.
Thank you for suggesting Control Panel. So Device Manager says all is well and the rest of Windows says no audio device is installed. In the end, the dialog will display the audio issues and their repair status. Follow these instructions as laid out by w10user112 my notes are in italics and underlined : 1. I recently reset my windows 10 then I got problem my laptop can't produce sound so I can't hear sound from it the speaker logo in the task bar have x mark and when clicked it opens troubleshooter then windows can't find the trouble. It will trace out if there exist any issues with registry or drivers.
The screendump of the Task Manager looks as follows: The end result - yet again, no change. Restart your computer and see if Windows can detect and install your audio driver automatically. Step 3 — Copy and paste the following command line and to execute it press Enter. Press Windows Key + R Key. In addition to this error message, the Windows 10 sound icon on the taskbar also displays a red cross mark. Then try to run the Program Compatibility troubleshooter and install the driver in compatibility mode. However, it says that the device can't be started.
But before you delve into the solutions, let us know the root cause s of No Audio Output Device is Installed Windows 10. I can't figure out which legacy device the correct driver is. But it could well be that it's automatically redetected. From here I found that the Audio Service had started, and was set to start automatically. If the issues still persist, refer to the below method. I just don't know what to do. The most common cause is the selection of the wrong - typically the modem - device as the default instead of the sound card.
The best thing about doing this is that it is the best diagnostic tool. I did this and rebooted and no fix. You don't get any audio, but your problem may not be with the audio driver. To do this, follow the steps below. The last update on the realtek driver was June 2015 which is before the windows 10 roll out. If you run into this problem due to Windows 10 October Update, we recommend you to install all drivers, as updating Intel Display Audio driver helps many Windows 10 users resolve this problem.
Microphone works fine on other devices. Select Browse my computer for driver software. I really do hope that any of you will be able to help me out here. I've already tried updating the driver, but the solution did not work and none of the other sollutions are possible for me to even try. I followed your suggestions to the T as well as solutions from many many others with no success. If you have multiple audio devices listed under the category, just enable all of them. Of course, make sure you don't need the modem or if you do, troubleshoot reinstalling that while not affecting the audio.
Something in the February push killed my sound. I just upgraded from Vista Home Basic to Home Premium. I've then stopped the service, and restarted it, again hoping to cure the problem, but again no change. Remove sound driver if you can see it in Device Manager. After which it showed me the same message.