Help with crashed audio mixer win 7 home premium?

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I’ve Windows 7 home premium 64 bit installed and in the middle of adjusting my volume, audio mixer crashed. Now I can’t hear anything. Does anybody know the cause of crash and how to resolve this issue?

Answered By 50 points N/A #134258

Help with crashed audio mixer win 7 home premium?



You can try to restart your computer to refresh the settings of the computer systems. However, you also need to check your device manager. Click START, type "device manager" in the search bar and check each driver most specially the audio/sound drivers of your computer.

1. If you found a "question mark" in the sound/audio category of your device manager, or other drivers, it means, you need to download the drivers.

2. However, if you have available drivers installed. Then, right click each audio/sound drivers and then, click "properties" and check it if it is working properly.

3. If your audio is not working after you finish the number 2 solution, all you have to do is to right click the driver, click update drivers but if it's still not working, then, it's better to uninstall it or just download the same drivers via your computer brand website and reinstall it.


Answered By 569740 points N/A #307065

Help with crashed audio mixer win 7 home premium?


Though I haven’t experienced it yet but it can happen. Just reinstall the driver for your sound card to fix the problem. If you are using the built-in sound card on your motherboard, you can download the driver from your motherboard’s manufacturer website. If you don’t know its website, you can find it printed directly on your motherboard. Shut down your computer and open your CPU case.

Look for the website print on your motherboard. When downloading, download all the drivers for your motherboard so you can save the entire set on your hard drive. Once the driver is downloaded, right-click “My Computer” and select “Properties.” Go to “Hardware” tab and click “Device Manager.” In the Device Manager, expand the sound card item then right-click your sound card and select “Uninstall.”

Once it is removed, close Device Manager and then run the sound card driver you downloaded to install the correct driver for your sound card. Restart your computer afterwards and see if it works.

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