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Realtek HD Audio Driver 6.0.8940.1 no sound
When i updated the Sound driver , i hear no sound from speakers, and headphones , i run Windows 10
Clean Install and still running into problems.
When ever Windows came out I run into problems on the regular. Every Clean install is from a CD or USB and I downloaded it that day. I just downloaded on 4/2/21. After 2 days of running it becomes unstable. How? 1. I run a program called BOINC "the reason I run it 24/7". And the Project it's running is Asteroids@home for GPU work. Windows runs fine for nearly 2 days and then my computer is laggy. After I suspend all GPU work... It's fine. After restarting my computer and start running the SAME GPU work. It's fine now. That's not all... 2. Taskbar crashes, well... disappears and reappears and some programs that run in the background that put icons on the bottom right are not running "meaning not there anymore. It loves taking out EVGA Precision X, X OC, X 16 of any version. 3. Can't lower resolution lower then 4K. When lowing it from Windows settings is says it's at 1080 but my TV still says 4K. Games can't lower it either. Gams that don't support it I can't play "exp: Bejeweled 3". It did for a while on older versions of Win 10. 4. HDR does or doesn't work. I have an HDR TV. Certain games will enable HDR? Even though the game doesn't support HDR. 5. Devices randomly disconnect and reconnect because I hear the audio prompt and/or popup notice. 6. Keyboard stop working in Feedback Hub but backspace works just fine. After switching from Sticky Notes to Feedback Hub it started working again and it did it again. It's been 4 days now. The only thing I didn't do is install a Windows 10 DVD drivers that came with the MoBo. To see if that was the issue. No. X99 MoBo P.S. On another computer on an HP all in one here APU video drivers stopped running and had to reinstall it to get it back up and running. I wondered why the back light would not go out.
Update ver. 2004 Let's hear about your problems.
There are always tricks and hacks to bypass some unwanted updates and their side effects, and the previous update made the sound volume go up to 80% ,this time as well 80%. Some of you experience it too, and for those like me using headphones it's no joke, especially that the level i listen to music etc. is seldom beyond 6%. (Feedback has been sent by me many weeks ago.) The 2004 version finally prevents me from using the old search, where the results get updated as i type in the file explorer search box, and ever since i was ok with the search being slow or not showing all results, it was ok as long i did not have to take additional steps in order to get to any results. As of today i am literally forced to perform one more action in order to obtain the search results, which as most of you know, is by either clicking on the arrow in the file explorer search box, or hitting the enter key on keyboard. I may mention the tool i found today that is not the best, but is not missing any file out of the search results, is fast & allows a lot customization. The name of that search tool is 'Everything.exe' and can be integrated in the shell menu as well as in the file explorer drop down menu or mouse right click. This thing can literally search for any file and despite being set to use index created by windows search, it shows all files. After clicking on 'rebuild' which creates index from scratch the 'Everything.exe' did still show all files....so a 3rd party executable is capable of something widnows after all these years is not. This is just sad. The previous update asked me about location preferences and so on. Why do i have to select same check boxes each time? Now the last thing would be Cortana, which i disabled, but after the update not only the cortana symbol appeared on the taskbar, but cortana got enabled. Apparently Windows is about productivity, yet updates will not be complete unless i confirm some settings, and the search takes more time. Productivity?
Since the last windows update I've not been able to switch between audio outputs. Normally I can click on the speaker icon and change my output from there, but now it just doesn't switch. I have a 4 channel sound card plus a link to my Bluetooth speakers Anybody else having this problem? Dave
i have a problem with sound i cant hear nothing
Bluetooth headphones not loud enough
Model Sony WH-CH701N. System: VivoBook_ASUSLaptop X512DA, Processor AMD Ryzen 5 3500U, Speakers Realtek Audio Volume is maxed out, the loudness enhancement is on. The headphones volume controls are coupled to the system controls is there a way to decouple it? Audio driver is up to date. The same problem if I use the audio jack with the headphones. Thanks
my mic input is very low
my mic input is very low after it said "the audio service is not running" and reconnecting it. what can i do? the input is low in every app. i tried turning the volume to max but it was on max even before!
This seems to be a problem does anyone have advise besides going in the Bios and changing it?
What can be done to make computers REAL TIME ?
Most of what we call software is text based and is slowed down by hearsay (rumor) . . . How do we make the quantum leap from such an awkward static system to something that is ultimately an audio visual . . . light switch ? ? ?
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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'.
To reinstall your sound drivers, follow these steps: Boot your Mac into Windows. Open Device Manager. For Windows XP: a. Click Start, and then click Control Panel. b. If you don’t see a System icon, click Switch toClassic View in the left hand pane of the window. c. Double-click the System icon.