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After latest update i lost sound . Says no output device found . Lenovo desktop . Tried system restore went into device manager appears driver is missing . Called for a Realtek which i found and installed and rebooted . Any ideas
Freezing after update
My computer freezes when I download the newest update. not sure why, I need to keep pushing back the update because this one gives me problems I think. Is it me or the new update?
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Will You Save Your System or Format it?
Let say you are facing a technical problem in Windows and you have the following options: 1) You could just format and reinstall Windows (e.g. using reset or refresh) and reinstall and recover everything and go back to world. 2) You will work on find and fix the problem and solve it without formatting your Windows. The first one might be easy but you will need to reinstall everything and second one might be time consuming but you won't go for reinstall and recovery process.
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i can't able to fix my microphone in windows 10 ,, can you have any good thoughts and ideas about how to fix that issue?
fone de ouvido bluetooth syllable s101 não conecta no pc
Bom dia, gostaria de ajuda: Meu fone de ouvido syllable s101 não conecta no pc com windows 10. já atualizei todos os drivers e nada. Alguém tem uma soluçao?
Wireless earbuds for Windows 10 device
I bought Power Beats Pro and ended up returning them after using 2-3 days. I am mainly using it for listening to music and communication for Teams/Zoom meeting. They fulfilled almost all the categories that I was looking for, but then...When I tried to use them during online meeting, mic would create very loud white noise-ish sound and couldn't fix it. After uninstalling/installing several times, it went away, but then same problem came back only a few charging cycle later. My go-to headphones have been Bose Q-35 that works flawlessly but wanted to switch to wireless earbuds type now. I watched and read lots of reviews about Surface Earbuds but I think I will wait for 2nd gen to be released. things that I consider important are : reliability, connectivity (no drop out), latency(for video watching/editing), battery life (for work hour usage), audio quality and COMFORT! What are some wireless earbuds people use here? My desktop is custom built with Windows 10 latest update. 👍✔
Device performance & health: Checkup for your PC's wellness
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why doesn't my webcam work after the windows update
I have windows 10 on my laptop and my webcam doesn't work, this is the second laptop this has happened on so I assume it's something to do with windows 10, is there any chance this problem will be resolved, sooner rather than later, Cheers
Please Help Me.
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.