I’ve already tried to install a couple of Via drivers which even say that they have a Windows 10 support, but that doesn’t seem to work. Hi Maria, It happens that there’s a corrupted file inside one of your system folders that makes the sound output inconsistent or not working at all. Luckily it turned out to work just fine with Windows The first thing to do is to install your device manually, you need to visit the website of the device manufacturer to download the latest drivers and install it. I clean-installed Windows 10 Pro 64 bit.
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You can visit this link: Hi Maria, It happens that there’s a corrupted file inside one of your system folders that makes the sound output inconsistent or not working at all.
I clean-installed Windows 10 Pro 64 bit. Fix sound problems and follow the steps provided.
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Thanks for marking this as the answer. Johann Eva Replied on May 29, auudio Windows 10 — Audio Troubleshooting Tips. I didn’t solve the problem with my audio device, however. I know that the hardware is a bit old, but unfortunately it’s my office PC, so I’d really be glad if any software solution existed.
Sorry this didn’t help.
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Download and run it to start the troubleshooting. How satisfied are you with this reply? You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files to know how to run this tool.
Once there, click the drop-down menu and select a situation that applies to you. How to use Microsoft easy fix solutions. I first noticed that my display drivers didn’t install automatically, I then had to download the latest Nvidia Geforce driver from the manufacturer which was for Windows 8 actually.
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This site in other languages x. Once there, click the Find and fix problems playing sounds hyperlink. Visit our Tech Blog: I’ve got a red cross near the sound icon at the tray and when I hover over it – a message “no audio output device is installed”. I’ve already tried to install a couple asrpck Via drivers which even say that they cuc a Windows 10 support, but that doesn’t seem to work. If the latest drivers are not available, you can also contact them directly through their support hotline.
The first thing to do is to install your device manually, you need to visit the website of the device manufacturer to download the latest asrok and install it. Did this solve your problem?
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You can also download and run our easy fix solutions from this link: I have the same question Test your speaker or any sound output by replacing them.
Update your operating system to the latest version including the cumulative updates.
Perform a full system scan by using Windows Defender.