Troubleshooting manually depending on your specific issue. Audio troubleshooter find and fix sound can automatically find and take care of some of the audio issues we discuss below, it’s a great way to save time and should probably be your first stop.
You can also plug them to in another computer and see if they work in another computer. If they work in another computer, the problem is probably caused by the cable. Learn the following steps for the easy resolution.
Audio troubleshooter find and fix sound – Causes
- Poor audio quality or bad sound.
- Playback sound is intermittent.
- Static, white noise, or hissing.
- Audio device disappears after a Windows update.
- Speakers, Bluetooth, Headphones not working.
How to fix Audio Troubleshoot ?
WAY 1 : Try different Audio Formats
- Open the Control Panel < “Sound” link < run “mmsys.cpl”.
- Right-click on the sound icon in your system tray.
- Select “Playback Devices” < “Default Device” < “Properties.”
- Switch to the “Advanced” tab and try changing your Default Format a few times.
- Go to Search < audio troubleshooter < Find and fix problems with playing sound.
- Select Next < device < Start < Settings < System < Sound < Troubleshoot common sound problems < Output devices or Input devices.
- Press the Windows key.
- Type “troubleshooter”< “Settings” < “Find and Fix problems”.
- Open Control Panel < “Troubleshoot audio playback” < “Hardware and Sound”.
- The “Playing Audio” troubleshooter will open. If you wish to have any problems fixed automatically you can select “Advanced” and place a checkmark in the box to fix problems automatically.
- Select “Next” to continue.
- Search for “troubleshoot” and look at the Get Up and Running section for the option that says Playing Audio, and select it.
- Select Run the Troubleshooter.
- Select it to open the new window and choose your default speakers < Next.
- The troubleshooter may offer advice on improving your sound quality or pinpoint issues with your drivers that need to be taken care of.