The odd thing was though that the sounds still worked, including those from System Access itself. The solution was to uninstall all the different video players and only use the native one. This will occur if you upgraded your computer to Windows 7 or downloaded some updates and all of a sudden the sound stopped working. How can this annoyance be fixed?? Could really use some help. The sounds of silence can happen when the wrong one is selected. Rebooting the computer just means to turn it off, and then back on again. When I view videos created by many different sources and skills levels yes, like YouTube I often encounter a video with a very low-level audio track.
Sometimes on someones facebook post it will work and it surprises me. Not sure why, but sometimes it would randomly just stop working. I powered the computer down last night and now the sound is magically working. Right-click the same icon and select open volume mixer to verify that nothing is muted as in the following image. It turns out I had multiple ~6 different video players installed and one grabbed the audio while another tried to play the video.
Go to horizontal tab on top to update. Adobe Flash Player Adobe Flash Player is the plugin Web browsers use to stream YouTube videos. Then ignore that it is updated. But before buying an upgrade, check to make sure your computer doesn't have the sound capabilities built into the motherboard. Updating your browser whenever an update is available also improves video and audio streaming; updated software generally includes fixes and new tools to boost performance.
When you Re-Install Windows you also have to Re-installed Driver to keep the computer going. Click it and after installation process. It has had an error in backing up for about a year and i couldnt get time to figure it out. I then used System Restore and the volume came back. It is safe and reliable.
But yes, I did try all of the stuff you had mentioned. This is rare, but I include it for completeness. That leads to a complicated situation for standby to deal with. Ever since I did that, my sound is not even working anymore at all, nothing coming from the speakers or headphones. After using System Restore, all was well except that the updates had been deleted. You can change this by going Control Panel and then Sound. If not, you need to look at the devices screen and see if the sound card is detected and driver loaded correctly.
Click the menu button on the monitor itself and go through the menus to see if you find the volume settings. System Restore will not delete any user data or e-mails, but any new programs or program updates will have to be reinstalled. One link I clicked on said We did not detect and problems and therefore no fixes were applied and going through the Device Manager that said The device is working properly. Sorry for being a newbie. When I install it, it comes up with this: So, when I hit the download button again in the link you provided, it prompts me to download the Dell Driver Download Manager again, even though I have it installed already. Output Device: Is the correct output device selected in Windows? Playback Devices indicates that they are disconnected, and right clicking and hitting Connect does nothing.
Application Volume: Many applications will have their own volume control displayed here; for example Media Player is included above. The software has to send the correct information, the sound card or controller needs to take that sound and send it to hardware, which then must play it. I have not had a problem since. If you do listen for the pattern of long and short beeps and let us know what they are. The old Altec Lansing subwoofer works just fine. A company, like the Endpoint Technology Company can offer anyone the best to do an active analysis of the system for any potential vulnerabilities that could result from poor or improper system configuration. Computer sound just doesn't work 100 percent of the time.
Go ahead and restart the computer and Windows will automatically reinstall the sound device. I have checked the obvious and reinstalled the audio device but not solved yet. A: It only means that there is no Audio Device currently Installed on your computer because of re-installed Windows, Formatted my computer, Newly Computer the problem that cause this is because you forgot to install the audio driver. Sometimes the drivers are at fault. Browser Problems Sound issues may also be caused by the Web browser you are using. On top of that, if you are trying to connect your laptop to external speakers or headphones, you could end up with more audio problems.
I apologize if I sound stupid… My issue is a bit different. Please download a driver that is for your system. Make sure that the correct one is selected. Volume Controls The first step in determining the cause of your YouTube sound problems involves the YouTube video player itself. I am facing this problem from past few days.