No Audio Device Found - How to Fix No Sound on Computer Problem


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No Audio Device Found Problem Troubleshooting:

No Audio Device Found Problem Troubleshooting How to Fix "No Sound on Computer" Problem Quickly

The No Audio Device Found Error:

The No Audio Device Found Error No audio device found? A lot of people get this error message and there is no sound on computer at all. How can we resolve the problem and restore sound on computer? To fix the problem, you must do a thorough examination of your computer. Because there are several issues that can cause the "No audio device found" problem. You can follow the steps below to fix the problem. If you are using an onboard sound card on your computer, you should go to Step 1 and examine your BIOS setting. If you are using an independent sound card, you can skip Step 1 and go to Step 2.

Step 1. Check BIOS Setting:

Step 1. Check BIOS Setting Reboot your computer and enter BIOS Setting. Open Integrated Peripherals. Find audio card (AC97 Audio) and set it to be Auto or Enable. At last, find On Board AC97 Control and set it as Auto or Enable. If there is still no sound on your computer and the problem still exists, go to Step 2.

Step 2. Examine Device Manager:

Step 2. Examine Device Manager 1) Right click My Computer and choose Properties . Click on Hardware Tab and then Device Manager . 2) Examine "Sound, video and game controllers" item. If there is a cross on any sub item, then right click the sub item and set it to be Enable. If it is a Question mark or Exclamatory mark , it means your sound card driver must have not been installed properly or must be damaged. But if you find nothing abnormal, it does not mean everything is fine with the sound card driver. Because in most cases the Device Manager cannot detect errors of the devices. Go to Step 3.

Step. 3 Reinstall/Update Your Audio Card Driver :

Step. 3 Reinstall/Update Your Audio Card Driver Up to 80% of the "no audio device installed/found" errors are caused by outdated or damaged audio card driver. If your audio card driver is outdated or corrupted damaged, Windows system will not be able to detect the sound card and there will be no sound on your computer. All you need to do is to reinstall it on your computer. Or you can click here to use a driver update software to help you!

The Easy Way To Fix :

The Easy Way To Fix If have followed the steps above but have no joys, click here to use a driver updater to help you download and reinstall your audio card driver with the latest version and fix your PC sound problem directly. A driver updater is a program that can accurately detect any outdated and damaged drivers on your computer, and keep them up-to-date so as to fix the driver-related problem and improve your PC hardware performance.

Download Best Driver Updater:

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