Microsoft Support offers automatic and manual troubleshooting services to fix sound and audio issues with your system.
Adrenaline rushes up when you enjoy your blockbusters with the favorite media player applications. You feel the calmness of satisfaction, when you get some video tutorials to fix computer problems. In fact sound is the basic feature that realizes that your computer is alive. But as usual problems may hit you back here. There can be various sound problems in Windows, including no sound or distracted sound coming from your speakers or headphones. Accordingly the causes will differ, sometimes it could be due to incorrectly connected cables, other times, blame the corrupt sound drivers or incompatible drivers, sound settings, missing updates, and problems with your sound card. In this article you will learn as how to get rid of the sound and audio issues with your computer. These solutions can also help if you don’t hear any sounds from your computer or from a sound device connected to your computer, such as a microphone or speakers.
Microsoft Support is the first and the foremost platform where you come to get instant solutions to fix Windows related sound issues. Sometimes error messages ease your search operation through the Microsoft Knowledgebase, where you can get step-by-step tutorial in text and video formats to identify and fix common sound problems. In no sound situation, you are advised to first check whether your computer has a sound card. Next, check the status of the sound streaming from the volume control settings display icon, followed by diagnosing Device Manager available with the Control Panel. For the accessibility of the repair feature you are required to provide with the administrative credentials. Expand the “Sound, video and game controllers” category. If a sound card is listed, you have one installed. If no sound card is listed, you need to get one as per sound card specifications. To know that you can check with the “DXDIAG” command under the DirectX Diagnostic Tool window under the sound tab.
However, if a ‘yellow question mark’ is yelling against the sound driver under the Device Manger, it means that there is some compatibility problem. At times, Windows Update or Microsoft Update feature may suggest for a compatible driver. Or just navigate the to the manufacturer website to get the driver. Microsoft Fix It can also come into action to resolve the problem, and you are just a click away from the solution. Also to make your media player compatible with the latest audio or video format and you have to take a step ahead to upgrade it, or install desired codecs from a reputed resource. To correct crackled or distorted sound, you should check the speaker(s) connectivity with the CPU and are plugged in the right jack. If the audio files skip or the audio breaks up meanwhile, there might be a problem with the audio driver installed on your computer. Fortunately, you can have a work around by disabling optional speaker effects.
Despite all efforts, if you are nowhere, then call on the Microsoft Number to seek experts’ help over the phone or through remote-screen sharing. Experts can diagnose each and every component of the system and can follow the right troubleshooting methodologies to fix sound and audio problems.