Topic: 5 Steps To Fix Sound/ Audio Issues On Windows 10

If you use Windows 10 and find that audio or sound is not working properly, you are not alone. Many Windows users have reported that their voice does not work or is cut off and many other problems.
But don't worry, it's usually not a difficult problem to solve. Here are 5 highly effective ways to help you solve the audio problem. You don't have to try them all. Come down and find something that is right for you.

Method 1: Check cable connection and volume
Method 2: Turn off Audio Enhancements
Method 3: Update sound driver
Method 4: Uninstall driver via Device Manager
Method 5: Try generic audio driver provided by Windows 10

1: Check cable connection and volume:
Before you can make any changes to the software, you need to eliminate potential human error. So please check to see:
1) The speaker and headphone contacts have loose cables or bad plugs.
2) The power and volume controls are gone.
3) More volume controls on apps.
4) Headphone connector: If you have headphones, your speakers may not work.

2: Turn off Audio Enhancements:
The audio enhancement feature should make your sound card run as much as possible, but unfortunately when not all of the sound card's hardware is enabled. You can turn it off:
1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and R at the same time, type type control and press enter.
2) View through large icons, click on audio
3) In the playback tab, right-click on the default device you have and click Properties.
4) Go to the Enhancement tab, drop all sound effects to the inactive box.
5) Check if your voice is back? If you still can't recover the sound, cancel here with another cancel device, then repeat 2) and 3) and try again.

3: Update sound driver:
If no good signals are shown after the first two methods, it is likely that you are using the wrong driver completely.
There are two ways to get the right driver for your sound or sound card: manually or automatically.
Manual Driver Update: You can manually update the sound driver for your sound card by visiting the manufacturer's website and finding the right driver for it. Make sure you only select the driver that fits your Windows 10 variant.
Automatic Driver Update - If you don't have the time, patience and computer skills to manually update your audio drivers, you can do it automatically with driver booster Pro Are Driver Booster will automatically recognize your system and find your exact sound card and the different drivers for Windows 10 and will download and install them:
You can update your drivers automatically, for free or with the crack version of Iobit Driver Pro. But with the Pro version it only takes 2 clicks:
1) Download and install IOBit Driver Booster Pro key.
2) Run the driver easily and click Scan Now button. The driver booster Serial Key will then scan your computer and detect any problematic drivers.
3) Click the Update button with your audio device to automatically download and install the correct version of this driver (you can do this with the free version).
Or click to automatically download and install the correct version of all drivers on your system (this requires the Pro version - an update tip when you click Update everything will be done).

4: Uninstall driver from Device Manager:
If you have installed the wrong driver, then the problem of not getting sound from the speaker is inevitable. To fix it:
1) On your keyboard, press Windows and X at the same time, then click Device Manager.
2) Expand audio, video and game controllers.
3) Right-click the sound card driver, then click Install.
Click OK to continue.
4) After the installation is complete, restart your computer.
Windows will then help you reinstall the driver.
And if that still doesn't work, try the next step where we try to use the standard audio driver that comes with Windows.

5: Try generic audio driver provided by Windows 10
1) On your keyboard, press Windows and X at the same time, then click Device Manager.
2) Expand audio, video and game controllers.
3) Right-click the sound card driver, then click Update Driver Software….
4) Click Browse My Computer for driver software.
5) Let me choose from the list of device drivers on your computer.
6) High Definition Audio Device and click Next.
Click Yes at this prompt and continue.
7) Now you should be able to see that the driver you have is a normal audio driver provided by Windows 10. What is the name of the high definition audio device?
Check if your voice is back.