Question about Computers & Internet
Hi, here are some solution plz try them all..
1. Have you tried updating the sound card drivers to their latest version?
Don't just check Windows Update, but the card manufacturer's website as
2. Here is a simple quick fix!!!!!!
Open the Media Player
At the top, Click on "Tools"
Click on the "Devices" tab
In the list of devices, double-click on "Speakers"
Under 'audio device to use' it probably lists your sound card ...THIS IS WRONG!!! !using the selector button on the right side of the window, change this
"Default Directsound Device" (Note that "Directsound" will show as one
This problem happens because MS never should have allowed this setting
to be changed ... it's senseless.
3. Click Start, then Run. Type dxdiag, then click OK. Choose the sound tab. You should see your device and driver there and you can even test the sound. If there is no device or driver, just install it and check it with dxdiag again.
Hope that helps,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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