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Two, the sound playing still shows up in my speaker levels as if it were working but nothing comes out. Reply M says: September 27, 2016 at pm11:51 I tried all of the recommendations and I still have no sound. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads weblink

Head over to the Cortana Notebook, and select Settings. As for your first paragraph, I do not hear anything when hitting the play button next to any sound. I would completely uninstall the existing Realtek drivers and programs (control panel, add/remove programs, device manager, audio devices, select Realtek and Uninstall). Then download and install the following driver(s) Intel Chipset Drivers for your Motherboard: http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...er&FileID=3110 R1.87 Audio Driver: http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...ver&FileID=837 Motherboard BIOS: http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...S&FileID=13205 http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...ProductID=2599 The general support page for your motherboard is at:

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We have new Bose speakers, they play the audio demo, so I know that's not the problem. Your driver may just need a kick in the bytes. When I run through the troubleshooting this is the only issue that returns as present: Generic Audio Driver Not Fixed So frustrating 🙁 Updating your computer shouldn't ruin it. Click "open enhancements"; press "preview" on secondary pop out window to ensure proper sound output is selected.

I have an input device on my PC. You may also... any idea why here? (the hdmi is for sure plug in as just before reboot after win10 update, i was still hearing things. Directx Hope this works (crossing my fingers)! - John 04-27-2008, 11:53 PM #7 tokyotech Registered Member Join Date: May 2007 Location: USA Posts: 14 OS: Vista 32 After

heyheyitslaurenkayeJan 24, 2016, 8:23 AM SlickJava said: I have the exact same problems with my Lenovo laptop as well. For the last 18 months I've looked high and low for an answer, never found my particular problem online and none of the solutions offered to other close problems worked. Please confirm that you're running VISTA. http://newwikipost.org/topic/wopZHmDDGgGz1is6jROhIwlRjp7F3YPE/Sound-only-works-in-the-program-for-my-soundcard.html I did so, and it fixed the problem.

Related: Should you upgrade to Windows 10? Go into the "Hardware" tab at the top, find your Realtek audio device in the list, click on Properties, open up the "Audio Devices" in the tree click on your Realtek Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Driver Easy 5.1.4 Released!

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If uninstalling driver doesn't work, try updating the driver. http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/71426-sound-some-how-disabled-some-programs.html Try playing system sounds now. Some Programs Have No Sound We're both very frustrated as to why Microsoft cannot rectify this problem. Windows 10 No Sound The common issues caused are no sound issues.

After you've removed all of the Realtek programs and audio devices, reboot your PC. http://hcsprogramming.com/no-sound/sound-works-until-i-play-games.php Thank you for providing helpful info. Recent CommentsSophie Luo on Fix High Disk Usage by WPR_initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etlStephanie on Disc/ DVD/ CD Drives Not Showing/ Missing on Windows 10 [SOLVED]kathi on 5 Tips to Fix a Blue solved How do i uninstall Realtek hd audio drivers completely Audio stopped to work - Realtek HD Audio jacks randomly stopped working. Sound Not Working On Computer

  1. I Googled it, wound up here and was ABOUT to try this.
  2. The only control I have is connecting the front chassis headphone jack to the mobo via a wire labeled "AC'97".
  3. Thanks to the ones that were trying to help.
  4. He got fed up with it, and the fact that I couldn't fix it for his, so he took it in and tried to get some answers.
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  6. I hate 10 Reply Dan says: July 26, 2016 at am11:14 I have tried all of those fixes and more.
  7. Have you managed to fix this issue as of yet?If not, if you haven't already, uninstall and reinstall you audio drivers.
  8. I should have known better, but one night towards the end of the free upgrade period, I gave in to the nag screens and "upgraded" a perfectly good circa 2010 Dell
  9. That motherboard has some very nice imbedded audio features in terms of the flexibility of all of the output jacks for various surround-sound configurations - unfortunately, having hardware that flexible can

really. My husband originally did the free Windows 10 upgrade from Windows 8. Thanks for letting me know that we're not the only one suffering! check over here What's confusing to me is that Windows Media Player and games - but not the Windows Event sounds.

Click Update Driver… button. 4. Same ****ing problem. This is what woke up my computer and solved my audio problems!!

Then uninstall your audio drivers/software as follows: Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs, scroll down and find anything related to Realtek Audio and uninstall these programs (if there are any Realtek audio related

Many thanks! I'm experience everything you described -- random fails - reboot always brings it back. All Rights Reserved. It may take a little time for the right update for your driver to appear, which is why it's important to wait it out.

I just cannot get the sound back on my husband's laptop. Please help! I had it set to 8 speakers because the 6 speakers setting would not play any sound at all. this content Windows Anniversary update hosed my audio/video (couldn't play Netflix, YouTube, any sounds, etc).

Any suggestions? By using cammand moden type : sfc /scannow 2. Choose Sound, video and game controllers. Reply kc says: September 3, 2016 at am9:32 I updated Windows today and upon restarting so sound.

Reply Tori says: September 28, 2016 at am6:19 I tried everything above and it didn't work. The fix is just a few clicks away By Tyler Lacoma — August 19, 2015 11:40 AM Subscribe Share Please enable Javascript to watch this video Subscribe on YouTube Don't Fall Reply ron says: September 14, 2016 at pm8:24 i have same problem.