PC volume disappears automatically any time of instance

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Good evening friends!

My PC volume disappears automatically.

After few minutes I start my computer my PC volume disappears & clicking the volume icon shows you don't have any sound card installed.

But I have my sound card installed.

I check for the recent driver for my motherboard & installed it but still problem persist.

But after I restart the computer sound comes for a few minutes & then disappears.

I am using windows 7 dual core processor & D945 gcnl motherboard.

Help me out please.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #102939

PC volume disappears automatically any time of instance



I had the same problem few days ago in my computer. My PC gets no sound after few minutes. I have reinstalled all driver software of my PC to recover this problem. Finally I have solved the problem, now my sound is working properly. Try to solve the problem by uninstall the driver and reinstall the driver again.

This problem occurs when the driver can’t connect to device properly. Use original Motherboard driver to get 100% performance.

I think your problem is solved now. 

If you still have any problem contract your supplier and ask for solution to the problem.



Answered By 0 points N/A #102940

PC volume disappears automatically any time of instance


This problem occurs when the automatic update is on. Turn off your automatic update for this device so that the Microsoft Windows 7 does not update for the driver of your hardware when new updates are found. Sometimes drives comes from Microsoft doesn’t work so it is better to use the driver bundled with your hardware.

To fix this, remove your hardware or sound card driver completely and install the driver that comes from the Installation Disc bundled with your hardware. If un-installation of the driver doesn’t work, boot your computer in safe mode then do the un-installation on the safe mode shell, restart the computer then install the driver.

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