I uninstalled the Realtek Driver, Reinstalled it, tried to use the default windows driver, nothing. Since I've tried doing all the 'solutions' I could find, I'm thinking it may actually be a hardware problem, but it'll take a long while for me go get a sound card, so maybe there's something I can still try? I have installed and uninstalled drivers several times now. It has had an error in backing up for about a year and i couldnt get time to figure it out. No Speakers or Headphones Are Plugged in One of the reasons for problems could be that Windows 10 has disabled your playback devices and then cannot make the connection between your audio jack and the driver installed on your computer. It says I have the latest driver.
The next day, Windows installed the updates again and the same thing happened. I understand there is sound coming from both the speakers and headphones. Become a and go ad-free! Could the speakers have been damaged during the repair or even disconnected?? A somewhat similar thing has been happening to me for quite awhile. I plugged in headphones also, same result. Restart the laptop if prompted. I'll see if this happens again it used to happen not only after using headphones, but. Would you like to answer one of these instead? Then your speakers will work.
Windows says it isn't plugged in, if I uninstall the Realtek driver it shows the speakers connecting and unplugging constantly with a faint bassy sound each time, if I reinstall the driver it thumps when the driver actually gets installed but it then shows it as unplugged. Recently, I suddenly lost all sound. I've updated all my drivers using 6. I also checked the computer on the inside and dusted. This does simply boil down to slight differences in the same chipset due to the controller sending it info, therefore the exact same driver on supposedly the exact same chipset, on a different motherboard. I tried to disable them but it still does not work.
I unplugged and re-plugged them in. If you have any other Windows 10 audio problems you can check for the solution on. Suprisingly, after restarting it sometimes I find my speakers muted. Read more this tutorial to how to fix Headphones not working on Windows 10. To resolve the issue, please try these basic steps: 1. My sound was fine during the day.
Thanks buddy for encouraging me! The odd thing was though that the sounds still worked, including those from System Access itself. Contact tech support to have it repaired. I was facing same problem after 64bit upgrade, I am using my pc for 8 years bt 1st time upgraded to 64. I repeatedly plugged in and out of all the possible jacks Front of the case, and back. My speakers stop working when my system goes to sleep or shut down. I uninstalled my sound driver under Devices in the Control Panel. Don't know what else to try.
You shall now be faced with little pretty pictures with descriptions next to them. Browse other questions tagged or. Press Windows Key + X and click Device Manager. Hope this helps some, I could easily see someone thinking there audio card was fried or that they needed new speakers with this problem. I have had to do this a couple of times.
I literally spent many hours redoing and unloading and updating. I thought it was my speakers at first but connecting my headphones also didn't work. After putting our dell laptop in for repair of a charging port the sound has no output. I highly recommend you use to automatically download all the outdated drivers on your computer. Want hassle free, automatic updates for your drivers? Howdy Trogdor8freebird, I had the same problem that you are reporting and just figured out the solution I think.
Then ignore that the device works properly. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. Music, movies, and Skype chats with my brother stationed overseas. I have checked the obvious and reinstalled the audio device but not solved yet. I tried restart, but that also not worked. I am not tech savvy and have already paid someone once to fix this and it has happened again.
See if Headphones, or any other device has been disabled. After using System Restore, all was well except that the updates had been deleted. It seems that the computer is falsely sensing that there is a plug in the headphone jack, which could mean that the sensor has failed. When I click on it, it runs the audio troubleshooter and determines that no speakers are plugged in. My computer was working fine for who knows how many years now, but today I logged in and I couldn't hear a thing. I've updated all my drivers using 6. So when audio dint work I thought of the 64bit cause but it was not actually that.
It stopped working years ago when so updated Windows. Is there anything I can do? I went back a couple of hours later and my sound was gone. I've been facing sound problem on my dell inspiron laptop since yesterday. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. In rare cases, you may need to stop and restart whichever application was attempting to play audio before the switch will take. Right click the start menu, select Device Manager. It only plays sound when I plug in my headphone.