I have had to recently formatted my computer, and now i have no sound. When i went into the control panel to try to resolve this sound problem that i have now since the pc has been formatted, i got a window saying no audio device pls can you help me sort this problem out cause it worked great my sounds till i formatted it many thanks for your time and help
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Hi, Please correct sound driver install. If you are correct install then go to control panel and sound and audio device click and check all points. If all thing ok then one time windows format may be solved your problem. Because some file miss but not error show that time format windows and solved all problem. If not format windows then you are check sound to another computer, you identify what a problem. Thanks..
Make sure that you computer was able to detect your sound card. You can check this by going to control panel then click on system then click device manager. Look for your sound card if present in the device manager's list. Usually if driver is not loaded in the device, there is an exclamation point on that device. All you need to do is to install the driver to resolved this issue. If sound card is not detected by your sytem, then you need to call you manufacturers tech support for possbile servicing. This could be sound card problem
Please try to check your audio by right click (mouse) My Computer icon (on the desktop screen) > click Properties > select Hardware tab above > click Device Manager tab > click +Sound, Video & Game Controllers > double click your selected Audio Controller device- wherein you can see if the device status is working properly as well as if the Device Usage is Enabled, if not click Troubleshoot tab.
Or you can also check your Sound / Control device thru Start > Contol Panel > Sounds, Speech & Audio Devices > Sound & Audio Devices - wherein you can adjust the volume & test your sound. best regards
Please try to check it from Control Panel > Sound, speech & audio devices > Sound and Audio Devices > Hardware tab > then select the Device Name then click Properties tab to verify its condition status or you opt to click Troubleshoot tab. regards
Did the sound used to work? Did you recently format the hard drive? any idea when the problem started?
there are many things that can go wrong but in the end this particular problem always is about the computer detecting the hardware (the sound card) and the installing of the drivers once the sound card is detected. You can find out a little bit of information by going to:
start menu>control panel>system(if you cant see "system" switch to classic view on the left)>hardware>device manager
I know its a lot of menus but once your there the device manager will tell everything about the innards of your pc. It will also tell you (with a big yellow question mark) what items its having a problem with.
Please go there and see if there is a question mark next to anything so we can get your sound working.
Download Microsoft UAA drivers for your O/S Uninstall your sound drivers through device manager. then install the UAA drivers and REBOOT then install your sound drivers The only thing I can think of was you did not reboot after installing UAA drivers