Instead, click on the driver's name in blue letters. It can't be a cable issue, because it works when connected directly to the screen. Tried all the results on various forums but to no success. Then you need to select that audio driver as the default audio device. After disabling those, disable your Realtek driver. Hello rajkk1, While I am not certain what the problem is, I have a couple of questions and things for you to try: 1 Did anything change between the time it worked and when the issue occurred? The best solution to this kind of problem is restarting the Windows audio service.
Subscribe let me know what you wanna see and I'll help you out. But as an avid user I was searching forums, when I found that there are lot of users with this problem. What we ended up doing was to uninstall the latest driver update. Just to add a solution- I have a dual monitor set-up on Win 8. It can't be a switch issue because my Linux box works fine through it, so it must be an issue with Windows 8. There was an additional problem in this scenario.
Press your Windows key + R to bring up the Run dialogue box. Consult your invoice to see which version of the Raedon is in your laptop. But after searching the web I found a few problems related to which are mentioned on different forums and websites. In addition to that, it should be made sure that analog audio is selected for your default audio device or driver. Other channels work perfectly in windows media. Next click on the icon above the volume slide bar.
But his laptop was asus n550jv. That's how the available resolutions are listed by Windows. . On the driver's page, there are instructions for how to download and install it. So if some-how you can rectify the situation, you should be good to go. Please let us know if this helped you or not! I've previously installed this same driver, so I have no idea why it suddenly stopped working properly.
Mikeybb was having a different problem. Open sound settings to ensure the correct output device is selected. Wait a moment then scroll down to the Video category. There should be two audio devices listed under that category. A forum user epitomeofcait on tomshardware.
Not in control panel- sound or Device manager. There should be at least 2 audio drivers available, one from Dell and a generic driver included with Windows. Now click on next and then press Test button to know whether sound is coming or not. Going to the sound options there's only the Realtek speakers under playback disabled devices are showing. I have a Samsung S27C750 monitor and I cannot get the computer sounds to it although I am using an hdmi cable which should transfer the sound along with the image.
Also you need to restart your laptop which was not required in 8. After the recent upgrade of Windows 8 to 8. The user had this problem only after updating to 8. The video is there but no sound. I did attempt to use the Intel automatic driver update, but that failed since Intel's update utility said I was running a manufacturer supplied driver and refused to update it for me. Does anyone have any idea why this would be or how to get it working? The sound was ok with Windows 8.
He tried different options like deleting previous audio drivers and updating with new ones, restarted computer and plugged in speakers, removed the graphics card and re-install it again in the mother board etc. I'd recommend trying two things to see if it solves your problem: 1 Restart the Windows audio service. A short-cut method of getting it quickly. Dell recommends against using 8. Now there is now audio : When i go into playback devices the computer isnt even finding the system anymore. Knowing who made the chip and what model it is can help some people find the codec, either from the original manufacturers' website or some websites where drivers are posted for various reasons.
So now I just boot with both monitors on and turn the other one off if not needed. It might work better with the Intel than with the Raedon, or vice versa. I had the same issue and I just bought it and installed windows 8. This can be found under the Services section of Administrative Tools in the Control Panel Section. I had struggled with the same issues many times with my Asus and Windows 8.