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|Posté le: Mer 23 Mai - 06:06 (2018) Sujet du message: 4 Steps to Solve Audio Loss Problems in Windows
|1. Restart the computer
First, reboot your computer and the problem will be fixed. In many cases Windows may crash due to conflicting software that causes the computer to run unstable, and rebooting is the fastest way to get your computer into stable state.
Make sure the computer speakers are turned on (check the Power, or Of / Off button) then the volume button - Volume on the speaker, maybe someone naughty turned the volume to the smallest. Especially when you have young children.
2. Check the Volume section of Windows
If the speaker is turned on and the volume is at a level that can be heard, but your PC is still quiet, then the problem is with Windows product key. Click the speaker icon in the lower right corner of the system tray and see if the volume is set to Mute, if the volume bar is to the minimum, push the volume bar high to get it. can hear Then try to check again by the computer to try a music file, video ... something.
If you still can not get right click on the system tray icon and select Volume Mixer, make sure there is not any tick box selected, if so uncheck it.
You still can not hear anything, try plugging the headset into the computer and check it again. If you can hear it then do the following:
Right-click the volume icon again and select Playback devices. Make sure your audio equipment has a blue checkmark next to it. Click on Properties and select Use this device (enable), this only applies if your laptop has an external speaker, but the headphone jack is out.
3. Reinstall the sound driver
In case your headset is plugged in and you still can not hear, the audio driver on your computer might be faulty. Please install the sound driver in the following steps:
Remove the sound driver: Open Device Manager by typing Device Manager into the Windows search box, then clicking on Sound, video and game controllers, selecting Audio Controller and pressing the delete button on the keyboard to remove the driver. bar.
Restart the computer and reinstall the audio driver: After rebooting, Windows product key will recognize the missing audio driver and automatically install it. If not, download the audio driver from the sound card manufacturer and perform the manual installation.
4. Unplug the audio jack
This is a risky way, because do not know how to explain. This may be due to the lag somewhere in the process of transmitting the signal from the computer through the loudspeaker. To do so, please:
Unplug the headset jack, speaker out of the audio hole on the computer.
Grab it slowly, gently, then pull out the computer sound or not!
If the computer only lost sound when listening to music, video but the system sound is still and the machine has software that accelerates downloading files Internet Download Manager - IDM, the most likely cause is that the software automatically captures link load and loss of audio. In this case, just open IDM, go to Downloads> Options> File types.
Usually just delete MP3, MP4 in Automatically start downloading the following types. But to eat solid can be erased, click OK and restart the machine.