Cannot find any sound of my PC.

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My computer is Dualcore configration.

Now I face one problem. I can not found any sound of my PC.

And it is about this sound. when I open my computer and open any song or movie then I don’t get any sound.

I check all connection of speaker but it is ok.

Now what can I do?

Please help me.

Best Answer by jmichael
Answered By 0 points N/A #116686

Cannot find any sound of my PC.

  • You can try  to resolve your problem by simply going to “Start” menu tab, then “Settings” scroll to “Control Panel” then choose “Administrative Tools” afterwards click “Services”
  • Once you open the “Services” search for “Windows Audio”
  • Now from the list, Choose “Automatic” then  press “Apply” and next  the “Start” tab
  • Go back to “Start” menu, next “Settings” then “Control Panel” followed by “Sounds and Audio Devices”
  • When the  “Volume” icon appeared, check the “Place Volume Icon in the Task Bar”  then press “Apply”
  • Now try  to play a song or watch a movie to see if the sound of your computer is restored.
Best Answer
Best Answer
Answered By 0 points N/A #116687

Cannot find any sound of my PC.


FIRST, to be able to fix your problem, you must first identify its cause:

  • a) Is it due to faulty speaker connection?
  • b) Have you gone through your volume control not setup properly?
  • c) Have you checked the volume and mute settings?

 SECOND, address your problem:

  • Test it out. Use headphones as substitute to see if you get any sound.
  • Click on the "Start" button then "All Programs". Now click on the "Accessories", "Entertainment, and "Volume Control". Then click on the speaker icon that is within your system.
  • Usually the mute setting is set on. Uncheck the mute check boxes by clicking on it.

THIRD, if the first two steps didn't worked out, you may try to perform System Restore:

  • If you once heard a sound coming out from your speakers then all of a sudden, its lost, click on the "Start" button, "All Programs", "Accessories", "System Tools", and finally "System Restore".

There you go, I hope this basic remedy can contribute as help =).

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