Windows detects the audio device and there is no problems in device manager. I want to thank everyone again for their insight and opinions on this matter. If you are unsure how to do this, contact your computer manufacturer for further assistance. Is it my drivers or some update that knocked it out, because it was working last week. Other than that I don't have much to offer that is not in the faq, because everything I know about it came from those posts.
Windows will now install the driver automatically. Hey, I just now upgraded to Windows 10, wanted to install some audio drivers , downloaded them and installed. Or click Update All to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system. I have followed your method 1 and method 2. In the next screen, click on Let me pick a list of available drivers on my computer. It should work at this point. The fact that you do not have Realtek in the Device Manager means that the Realtek audio driver was not installed when you thought you installed it as you said in your first post.
So it is just a matter of what Intel cpu one has. I put together the faq by collecting every single solution that had been posted that was more than just a suggestion. I have tried downloading some drivers, but they didnt work. Sometimes the connection on the back can become loose and you just need to push the power cord into the speaker. Can you please offer me specialized guidance? So again, check the volume controls and then check that nothing is muted in Windows or in the app itself that is playing the audio. Check the confirmation box and press the ok button. If those steps don't get you streaming again, your manufacturer may have other suggestions for fixing the device.
I have restarted my tv and my laptop several times. Look in your Device Manager type devmgmt. So that must be the audio device on your graphics card now with its driver installed. Maybe there is a specific driver I need? Your audio should work in the next restart. So I have to use both methods 1 and 2 to fix the issue. I tried installing new drivers. And then select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
From search, type Realtek Audio Console and open the app. On my Latitude E5420 with Intel 3000 graphics, it is under Display Adapters in Device Manager. Suddenly I lost sound from my laptop. It is a basic driver that does not have all of the features you might need but it does normally produce basic audio. I have reinstalled the chipset drivers, updated the bios, uninstalled and reinstalled the latest realtek audio driver, reset cmos, checked and doubled checked everything simple muted sound, audio enabled in bios, the speakers do work, etc. Video worked fine, but audio would not connect. Additionally, I disconnected the front audio jacks from the motherboard in case that was causing a problem.
Several hardware or software issues may cause sound and audio problems. I have been through it all again. Does DxDiag show the Radeon 5450 as a working sound card? I get picture, but no audio. You may need to obtain a graphics driver compatible with Windows 10. Connect the tv to the graphics card, or remove the card, connect the tv to the motherboard, install the Intel graphics driver and test. Apply to Windows 10, 7, 8. You should then plug in the black input and go through the confirmation process, again.
The onboard controller will reappear. Still there is no sound. The next thing to try is to check your sound drivers. First of all Thank You for replying. The green bar goes up on the volume control tho. This will resolve the Asus laptop sound not working problem. Go to the Driver tab and select Update Driver.
The realtek audio driver is the latest driver at least was 4 hours ago. This may have Fix Headphones not working in Windows 10, if not restart and check. If it fails to find a suitable driver, right click it again and select Update driver. But as soon as I stop that file to try to play a second file, the audio is gone again; the audio only works for whatever first file I play after a restart. To begin troubleshooting, disconnect all possible external sound devices, such as digital audio, external speakers, and ear and head phones.