Windows 8 Audio Suddenly Not Working.
Don't know if System Restore will fix it but worth a try? http://line6.com/support/docs/DOC-4282 And if you still have issues you can open a ticket. Step 5: Check speaker connections in Windows 8 Use these steps to make sure you have the speaker cables connected to the correct sound connectors. Guy Recommends: The Mobile IT Administration App How cool is correcting a minor problem on a server with a couple of taps on your smartphone? http://chatlax.net/windows-8/windows-8-computer-suddenly-became-slow.html
One thing I noticed that Windows 8 does with audio that other versions of Windows didn't do was when you unplug your speakers the speaker icon x's out and disables audio. Works great! Headphones and it stops, clicks etc every 15-20 seconds.... Quote 14 Sep 2013 #2 CalBear View Profile View Forum Posts Member Northern California Posts : 232 Dual Win 7-8 64-bit I guess I looked in the wrong place for answers
No Sound Windows 8
Hold the power button for at least five seconds to turn off the computer. Figure : Update Driver Software selection in Device Manager Click Search automatically for updated driver software. Praneeth Naran 183,158 views 2:47 How to fix the sound in laptops (Ultimate Solution) - Duration: 4:49.
The first thing I would do is uninstall the sound in the Device Manager (in Win 8) and then restart the PC. Still you may always discuss your problems with us using the comments section. Quote 15 Sep 2013 #5 CalBear View Profile View Forum Posts Member Northern California Posts : 232 Dual Win 7-8 64-bit Thank you for the very detailed response. Speakers Not Working Windows 10 First thing I checked was the power supply to my external speakers, and if I could hear the sound on my laptop.
Pooping Popping and clicking and bursts of white noise are almost always interruptions in the USB bitstream and the problem is hard to track down due to the gazzilion combinations of Windows 8 No Audio Output Device Is Installed If you enter a tone number incorrectly, run the test again. solved dishonored crash windows 8.1 (stopped working) More resources See also solved the start button for windows 8.1 on my taskbar has stopped working ? Buy a new fuse.
I was experiencing random audio dropouts on my PC. No Sound On Computer Windows 7 I suppose I could do a refresh but that's equivalent to a re-install... In theory it should be: Windows 7 -> DirectX 11.0 Window 8 -> DirectX 11.1 Upcoming Windows 8.1 -> DirectX 11.2 -> if the issue is within the DirectSound api's, maybe Published on Oct 15, 2013Audio stopped working?
Windows 8 No Audio Output Device Is Installed
note: HP occasionally makes updates to its HP PC Hardware Diagnostics (UEFI) environment. If you have 5.1 or greater speakers, connect the speaker cables to the speaker hardware (usually on the subwoofer). No Sound Windows 8 I just set up my system to dual boot into Windows 7 when I want to use my UX2 or Guitarport and everything works fine. Windows 8 Sound Not Working Suddenly Cheers 0 Back to top Report #40 CC51 CC51 Just Startin' Members 52 posts Registered Products:2 Posted 20 October 2013 - 08:03 PM I have a HP Windows 8 system, UX
I tried numerous Media players all had the same issue. check my blog Also double check those power settings. If the button displays a small red circle, the volume is muted. The sound works on both without problems. How To Fix Audio Problems In Windows 8
solved My XBOX 360 controller for Windows [Wired] stopped working suddenly!!! If sound still does not work correctly after reconnecting the speakers, try replacing the speaker cable (if possible), or speaker fuse and test again. Click "change advanced power settings" 4. http://chatlax.net/windows-8/win8-suddenly-crashing.html if you want line6 to help go here:http://line6.com/support/tickets/ Pretty dissappointed in the way Line6 is handling this and makes me rethink purchasing anymore of their products. 0 K9:Affirmative, Master.
and only a restart help 0 Back to top Report #18 bruitmonkey bruitmonkey Just Startin' Members 3 posts Registered Products:3 Posted 26 July 2013 - 03:25 AM I have the same No Sound On Laptop Windows 10 i do have to say that windows 8 was a bit new for me because i was using windows xp the only way i can get audio now, is by plugging I've tried system restore, to no avail.
System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell Studio XPS8100 OS Dual Win 7-8 64-bit CPU Intel Core i5 3.2 GHz Memory 8 GB Graphics Card Nvidia GeForce GTX 260 Monitor(s) Displays 2 x Dell
Do the following, depending on what displays: If a sound device is not listed and the computer uses a sound card, reseat the sound card into the motherboard slot. The only way I could find to get it back was to restart my PC. Quad-core and 8GB RAM.. Auto Sound Fixer Windows 8 If any of these volume controls are muted or set too low, the entire sound experience is affected.
Play a sound. More Posts Android The Lava Z25 Review : Is It Worth the Price? The issue is with Win 7 and Win 8 registry cleaners as they do not have all the info that is needed and can uninstall something that is needed later on. have a peek at these guys Choose ‘Sound'.
To download the latest version, go to the HP Hardware Diagnostics website. http://line6.com/sup...roubleshooting/ Also, I have seen users report some success by specifically disabling their Win8 pc's integrated soundcard and selecting the UX as your device. Select Update Driver Software. http://line6.com/sup...ickets/add.html 1 Back to top Report #10 residual-self residual-self Just Startin' Members 5 posts Registered Products:1 Posted 01 May 2013 - 10:19 AM Hallelujah!
This is the most common sound setup for a desktop computer environment and includes many types of headphones, desktop speakers, 5.1 and 7.1 sound systems. Any music DVD. Hope something helps. If an audio update is not available or the audio problem persists after the update, update the audio driver using Device Manager.
Just in case you don't know what I'm talking about....I've never had an issue using it, but it might be a good idea to back up your computer first. note: Some HP models have a Volume control in the test window. Although it may not fix every problem, it is useful to run the Troubleshooting tool first before you manually correct problems. Navigate to: Computer Configuration, Security Settings, Local Policies, User Rights Assignments.