In technology, home computers have computers, people use computers. You own the laptop and at least once your laptop has lost sound, you are struggling to know what happens, you find everything you can not, then have to bring it to the shop to fix it. Audio loss errors occur due to a lot of different situations, but the most common is Audio loss errors after upgrading Windows.
Actually, a few days ago I received an email asking about the problem of sound loss after she upgraded to Windows 10. And a day later, I also installed Windows 10 for a roommate and also encountered an error. the same is the loss of sound after installing or upgrading windows 10 from windowns 7 | 8 . I have tried a number of ways and have fixed the above error, so post this article hoping to be helpful to many of you who have had the same situation.
1. Error of missing audio after upgrading to Windows 10
Option 1: Actually, when a friend sent me an email, I showed some ways to fix the sound loss but received a response that it still could not fix, so I was quite sad because I could not help her much. more than that, maybe she has completely reinstalled it or maybe she can fix it and fix it, hopefully everything is fine with her, and this article will hopefully help a lot of people fix the error lost sound after upgrading windows 10.
Oke. First you need to understand that this error is often related to the driver (Driver) defective> loss of sound so you should check to see which driver is faulty to update the new driver for compatibility. To do this, right-click “computer> Manage> Device Manager”. See if there’s any yellow exclamation mark that the driver is faulty, or too old. Click on that driver and select update.
If it can’t update, right-click it> uninstall> Then right-click driver> Scan for hardware changes so the driver automatically updates.
Option 2: Click on the sound icon in the right corner of the screen> “Playback Devices”> Double click “Speakers” to open a new config window
Click on the Advanced tab and select 24bit / 44100 Hz or 24bit / 192000Hz
Then Apply to save the options. Then check the results.
Also in the position above you select tab “General”> “use this divice (end)”> Apply.
Option 3: Use the default Troubleshooting tool on Windows 10. It is located in Control Panel> System Security> Find and fix problem.