Find out what motherboard you have. Go to the motherboard manufacturer's website. Go to their support/downloads section. You will likely find a sound driver install program for your motherboard. Download & run the program & then everything should work.
Alternatively go to to Windows control panel.Clicke on system/device manager/hardware. Look in the sound section for something with a yellow exclamation mark. Try the reinstall driver option.
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If you have your pc's drivers cd, you can uninstall the audio driver (click on start, right click on my computer, choose properties, device manager, look for the audio device, right click on itand click on uninstall) then just reinstall the audio driver from the drivers cd.
you might have to uninstall the sound card restart your computer then reinstall it if your computer came with
a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it click start control panel
administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to sound,video and
game controllers you might see a yellow question mark? Right click to reinstall
drivers or uninstall hope this helps
Please make sure that the sound is not in mute. If it's unmute and still has no sound, try to uninstall and reinstall the audio driver. Drivers are located in device manager. Simply type device manager on the search box to find it. In the device manager, expand the sound video and game controller category, usually the audio driver is the realtek high definition audio driver or smart audio. Uninstall the driver and restart the laptop to take effect the changes. Restarting the laptop will automatically reinstall the audio driver. Test the sound.
Make sure that you have installed the audio driver for your computer properly. Otherwise, uninstall/reinstall the audio driver as this indicates a corrupted windows driver. Make sure that you restart the system once you have uninstalled it. You can uninstall this in the Device Manager. Right-click on My Computer then Properties. Click on Hardware then Device Manager. Look for sound and collapsed it. Right click on the Audio Driver then uninstall. Restart.
Check that your sound is not muted.If it isnt, or isnt showing then go into control panel-> sound devices and check that you have driver installed or is working properly. If there is no audio codec, install it from your motherboard disc.If it isnt working properly, uninstall the sound driver and reboot laptop.Sound drivers should reinstall
you need to uninstall and reinstall the audio driver or try to uninstall adn reinstall the player that you are using to hear sounds? is it doing the same if you are going to use a headphone? if so thats only a software problem, if headphone sounds fine, its the internal speakers thats having problem.
The simple and the only solution to this is reinstalling the sound card drivers.
Go to device manager > under sound video and game controllers Right click on the IDThigh def audio codec and uninstall it.
Alsouninstall the connexant or th realtec audio driver
remember don't install the IDTcodec back.. just reinstall the sound driver from the recovery manager > advance options > hardware driver installation.
Hi, Reinstall the newest Realtek drivers. These are the sound drivers for the sound card and you shouldn't have uninstalled them.
Alternatively, on rebooting the computer, you can press F8 and enter the BIOS and use the arrow buttons to navigate to the sound settings for the motherboard and change the motherboard sound output from PCI (sound card) to OS (onboard sound). This will mean you have to plug your speakers into the other set of audio holes inthe back of the computer and the sound will come straight from the motherboard. Most people prefer to use the sound card though, as it is far superior, especially when using the latest Realtek or Creative drivers installed. (don't you use a creative driver... you have a RealTek card!) So reinstall the Realtek Hd Audio driver and don't mess with it anymore :)
PS Did you try playing a song and trying the different audio ports on your computer? Or checking the Volume Control to check that nothing is muted or turned down?