How to fix volume issues in Microsoft Windows 10?
Having no volume on your Microsoft Windows 10 PC can put your plans on hold off listening to your favorite singer music until you fix the problem. It happens out of the box and sometimes you cannot check out what on the earth has caused your PC volume to become mute.
Considering this, we have mentioned two automated Microsoft volume problem troubleshooters in this Microsoft Windows 10 support guide. These troubleshooters can simply apply the basic fixes and make the volume device work again. Here are some steps to fix the problem.
In your web browser, visit the Microsoft Support Center website. Install the Microsoft audio playback troubleshooter, the automated kit to your PC. Click the Save File option to save the MicrosoftFixit.AudioPlayback.Run.exe file to your PC. When completed, exit the web browser window. Check for the document that you just saved to your PC.
Just open the file and click Run. Ensure sure that you are logged on as an admin user to your Microsoft Windows 10 PC to run this. Failing to that will not permit you to run the automated troubleshooter. When got notification, click the I Agree on check box accept the license user agreement and click the Next button. The troubleshooter will go checking for issues.
When got the notification, click either the Detect issues and apply the fixes for or find problems and select the fixes to apply option. The troubleshooter will go identifying the common volume problems in your Microsoft Windows 10 computer and just fix them if you selected the first option. If selected the second option, the troubleshooter will show the issue and let you fix the issue by giving you the option.
Do as suggested. If the troubleshooting has done, click the Yes, the issue has been fixed button and click the Submit button. Exit the troubleshooter window. If the issue has not been fixed, continue with the troubleshooting. If prompted, update the drives of your volume card. If the troubleshooter doesn't find any problems with Microsoft Windows 10 settings, you can run a hardware and device troubleshooter to check whether the issue lies with your volume card or speakers.
Just open your web browser and install the MicrosoftFixit.Devices.Run.exe tool, the hardware and devices troubleshooter. Save the document to your PC like you did in the first step and run the tool like you did in the second step. When done, follow the steps and let the troubleshooter identify your Microsoft Windows 10 computer for the potential hardware issues. If prompted, update the drivers and finish the troubleshooting.
The troubleshooter finds a faulty volume card or speaker, replace it. When done, exit the troubleshooter window. If any one of the troubleshooters or both of them fail to fix sound problems in your computer after having applied the possible fixes, you can contact Windows 10 tech support toll-free number. The technician will help you to fix the error by taking the remote access in the limited amount of time.
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The writer of this article is associated with a Windows 10 tech support providing firm. The writer works as a full-time technician at this firm and in the free time writes blogs to share his views on the latest issues and there fix.