Driver conflicts are the most common causes of "no sound" problems. Sound problems are caused by missing, incompatible or outdated sound drivers. For Windows to recognize your audio device, it needs a compatible and working audio device driver. Finding the right driver for your audio device can be time-consuming and difficult.
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Common Causes of "No Sound"
When a PC produces no audio output, check several different factors to find the culprit. Verify all cables are plugged in properly - a standard PC audio cable can become unplugged fairly easily. Windows might also have the incorrect audio device selected for output, which is found in the Sound applet of the control panel. Look in the device manager next to verify the audio device exists and has the proper driver installed.
If a driver becomes out of date it could have unresolved issues that no longer exist in the current version. The audio driver can also cause multiple problems if it becomes damaged or corrupt. Find the manufacturer of the audio device online and download the current driver for the device to replace the outdated, damaged, or corrupt existing driver. If you want to avoid the risk of downloading the wrong driver, we recommend using Driver Turbo.
Learn More About Sound & Audio Drivers
Sound drivers are specialized programs that facilitate the communication of an application with audio hardware. The operating system hosts sound drivers, and it acts as a gateway between an application and the audio hardware. Many modern operating systems come with generic sound drivers that are capable of communicating with a wide range of audio hardware.
However, audio hardware that does not conform to specific standards, or contains additional features above and beyond what is generally found in a sound card, will require specialized sound drivers. These are provided by the hardware manufacturer and are installed with the hardware. Without the sound drivers, the hardware will either not work at all or work with limited capabilities.
Updating Device Drivers is Vital
Drivers are there to help computers identify and run installed hardware. Missing or out-of-date drivers can cause system instability and lead to poor computer performance.
Outdated drivers harm system performance and make your computer vulnerable to errors and crashes. They often create application slowness, blue screens, error messages, hardware malfunctions and system crashes.
In order to keep your PC running at its peak performance, you need regular maintenance. Drivers change over time as they get updated by the manufacturer, which is why you should regularly update them with the latest version.
Common Questions and Answers
Drivers are snippets of software that allow Windows to communicate with other software programs and hardware devices such as your printer, sound card, video card, or webcam. Without the correct device driver, your computer's hardware cannot work properly.
Outdated or corrupted drivers may create blue screen errors, a buggy hardware performance, communication errors and complete system crashes. Most common problems include no sound, printer not working, video or computer screen problems and "device not recognized" errors.
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