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How to quickly troubleshoot your Windows 10 audio
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i did not connect my audio
i did not connect my audio
Audio problem from speakers
In Windows10, 64 bit version my sound socket is working fine with headphones but speakers are notworking. Drivers are all installed.
What is wrong with the audio in Windows 10 Version?
Throughout Feedback Hub in the Audio category there seems to be a lot of people who are having problems with their audio from their laptops to their speakers. Some official responses occur but the delay is longer than normal. Not that I have a problem with my laptop audio output.
Get Help doesn't fix my audio problem
'Get Help' doesn't fix my audio problem but I can fix it manually -_- I just had to disconnect and reconnect my bluetooth But this couldn't happen while 'Get Help' was trying to help me -_- Can there be a way that regulary things can happen while Get Help is open? bruh
Windows Digital Audio Workstation
Hi you all there! I was wondering, how many of you usually use Windows 10 as OS for your DAW? What kind of problem do you usually encounter? And what application do you use? Cause, you know, most of the people that use their computer for audio production usually don't use Windows due to latency or reliability problems, but i always used it in all my DAWs and I have been satisfied with live or home studio performance. The only problem I run into sometimes is unstable latency. I use Cubase 10.5. If there's someone out there that can give an opinion, we could help developers to make windows way more reliable for our purpose with our feedbacks! P.S. my english isn't at a Oxford level, so I'm sorry if I made some mistake writing the post, hope you'll understand anyway :)
missing audio drivers
hello,,,,i upgraded my pavilion dm4 to windows 10 and now my BEATS audio isnt working,please help....
Frequent Buffering of Audio Streaming in Browser Window
Just bought a new Dell Windows 10 desktop. I often open a browser tab for a radio station and select "listen live" to start audio streaming. If the streaming occurs in a new browser tab, the stream will stop every 10 minutes or so and then start up again. Even more annoying, if several other browser tabs with streaming are open, but not steaming, all the audio streams start playing simultaneously! I have to then shut down the unwanted streams. Interestingly, if the audio is streaming in the background, whatever window I'm working with when this happens also stops and indicates "no internet." I have 100Mbs Fios so it's not a bandwidth issue and I do this all the time in the Windows 7 computer with no issue. So it is a Windows 10 problem. This problem does not occur if the streaming occurs in a new window and NOT in a new browser tab. Is there a buffering problem in Windows 10? How do I fix this? Thanks in advance.
Toggle Keys beep AND .NET audio methods stopped working
I always use "Toggle keys" feature. Press Caps, Num Lock beep suddenly stopped working. This matter is widely reported returns many suggestions which I followed without resolution. The audio troubleshooter reports no issues. Windows sound events and music work perfectly. THIS MUST BE RELATED! I develop in .NET and these 2 audio methods NO LONGER EMIT SOUND. My speakers are not muted; using maximum volume; also using headset - NO AUDIO is emitted. * System.Console.Beep(); * System.Media.SystemSounds.Beep.Play(); Both Toggle & .NET audio stopped working at the same time.
How to quickly resolve your computer problems
Use Windows 10 built-in troubleshooter to help solve problems with your PC.
The audio troubleshooter might be able to fix audio problems automatically. To run the troubleshooter. In the search box on the taskbar, type audio troubleshooter, select Fix and find problems with playing sound from the results, then select Next.. Select the device you want to troubleshoot and then continue through the troubleshooter.
Open Start, enter Sound, and select Sound Control Panel from the list of results. On the Playback tab, select your audio device, and then Set Default. Turn off Audio Enhancements. Go to Start, enter Sound, and select Sound Control Panel from the list of results.
1. Press the Start Menu key and type, Device Manager then press enter. 2. Double-click the 'Sound, video and game controllers'.
5) Run the Playing Sound troubleshooter at Start button > Settings>Update & Security>Troubleshoot. 6) Try rolling back the sound drivers in Device Manager reached by right clicking the Start button. Choose Sound controller and other audio devices, then Driver tab, then Roll back if available. 7) If no newer sound drivers then uninstall the one ...