After upgrading to Windows 10, you might be facing sound issues in it. Don’t worry its a solved issue and you can choose from multiple fixes to fix your system sound in windows 10. Here we are sharing the knowledge that how easily you can fix your system sound issue by following any of the suitable fixes shared.
The sound has been the crucial feature of the system and relating to this developed world, mainly 63% of the individuals in the world are depended on technology and when technology is discussed the developing machine and systems work on audio accessibility security feature as well. In a short span of time System are being developed and work on audible commands which makes the sound feature more crucial and important. Windows 10 might be creating some issues earlier due to up gradation some software fixes were disturbed according to each system and can be easily solved by using these fixes.
Fix 1: Connection Check-up
Starting with basic check-up, first, check all the physical connections as wire connections between the system and speakers are properly connected. There might be an issue of wire connections, sometimes we blame the software and didn’t check the wire connections and they must have been loosened or not connected. There are multiple output jacks as well so try out the proper one and each jack differs in sound audibility.
Fix 2: Default sound Format
Windows 10 has provided you a troubleshooting play as well and you must have tried it and if also you are facing issues in sound then try out this method, windows operating system allows you to change the default format according to your preferred sound quality. Sometimes the default option choose might be an issue that there is no sound output.
Right-Click on the sound icon:
Open Playback devices:
Here you have to set according to your connected speakers and switch it to default, the option with a green tick specifies the default option is this and it can be changed to another as it should be same as in the above image.
Moving to the properties of the default option, click on the advanced tab.
Choose the desired option and test the sound quality and apply it in windows, this will eventually help you to manage the default devices and let them give you proper output.
Fix 3: Audio Drivers
There might be an issue of software drivers as well, so here are a few steps to route yourself to the software drivers installed in the windows.
Press Windows + X and open device manager.
Open device manager and move to sound, video and game controls
Here you can easily uninstall and then re-install the driver, scan for up gradation changes as well. Windows operating system provides you different options to manually process your query by choosing any of the given fixes.
You can simply update the driver when needed and disable any of the connected devices from here as well, these all are the possible fixes which can be easily followed up by this procedure and can be easily solved.
Turn Off Audio Enhancement:
In the Start menu type Sound. In that list select Sound Control Panel. On the window opened select the Playback tab and press and hold or right-click to click on Default Devices and then select Properties. On the Enhancement, tab select Disable all enhancements checkbox and then try to play your audio.
Try Different Audio Formats:
In the Start menu type Sound and select the Sound Control Panel option. On the window opened select the Playback tab and press and hold or right-click to click on Default Devices and then select Properties. In the Properties tab, you will find the Advanced tab option. In that tab, under Default Format change the settings, and then try restarting the audio device.
By Running Troubleshooter:
Windows has its own doctor for treating any of its software dis-functionalities. If you are having trouble with your audio or sound software, one can try running the audio troubleshooter. This helps in fixing the problem automatically.
In order to do so, Click on the Start button present on the bottom left corner of the screen. In that type Audio Troubleshooter and click OK. Now in the troubleshooting menu select Find and fix audio playback problems and click Next. The troubleshooter will automatically solve if any problem is found by it.
Related Link: Windows Support