I had the same issue and I just bought it and installed windows 8. On the driver's page, there are instructions for how to download and install it. There was an additional problem in this scenario. In the second method, the tech guy suggested to update the sound driver. You can see the change in Device Manager after Windows 8. That seems to have solved the problem.
Hi X1man, Welcome to Lenovo Community! However starting yesterday, whenever I plug my monitor into my laptop, the sound gets muted, and Windows will not let me unmute. So I decided to research a fix. I tried to update the drivers it says the driver is up to date but it gives an error that This device cannot start. Conclusion: Most of the problems related to Windows 8. Ironically i had this problem before the reset as well.
Expand the category to see the 3 video drivers. Both the tv and the monitor run at the same resolution. Then go back to the Inspiron 5537 download page to get your other video driver. It is a hassle still but it works for me now. 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? To resolve the issue please uninstall the current audio drivers from the system and update the drivers with latest driver. There is only problem with the 5.
So, to solve this sound problem occurring in windows 8. This means that the sound goes through the internal speakers. Also you need to restart your laptop which was not required in 8. Since the list is long, it would be helpful to list the exact selection. Then you need to select that audio driver as the default audio device. The 2nd item on the list is for 64 bit. But his laptop was asus n550jv.
Make sure the Include Subfolders box is checked and the driver should install. To solve the problem, you need to go to , download video drivers for your laptop model and install them. I have had to restore latptop twice and. Also try reinstalling chipset drivers from your laptop manufacturer as that controls how digital audio output works. Or you can use the Win+R key to get the run dialog box and type services. I came here looking for the answer cause i forgot and then I remembered how to fix it. As per your query we understood that you are facing an issue with Audio on ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
Be sure to completely uninstall the Intel Display Audio driver. It might work better with the Intel than with the Raedon, or vice versa. It's a hassle because once you unplug it you have to restart the computer again. I've had this laptop for over a year and it hasn't worked at all, despite updating regularly, etc. Out of the blue I started getting a black screen, while playing video games, or comp just sitting idle. A short-cut method of getting it quickly. It appears that the Inspiron 5537 has both Intel integrated and Raedon discrete graphics.
When he listens through his headphone, audio is ok. If this doesn't work for you then I have no other way to do it but in most cases this is the issue. Download and install this free file utility. Tried it again later in the evening and it no longer works. It would be good to spell these things out. Try each of the following suggestions: Click or the topic for details: Uninstall and reinstall the Intel® Graphics Driver and Intel® Display Audio driver. By installing the Intel Graphics Driver, the Intel Display Audio Driver is automatically installed.
How did you reformat your laptop? Won't effect audio once booted. Instead, click on the driver's name in blue letters. Why do we have to mail you to get a solution you should put on a public forum? I'm having the same problem with my Acer loptop on my Vizio tv thru hdmi. Related : The Start Screen became smaller with smaller tiles and icons, as if the resolution was adjusted. I still had the audio issue however.
Dell recommends against using 8. Going to the sound options there's only the Realtek speakers under playback disabled devices are showing. I vaguely remember what I did but would be more then happy to help. I don't want any software that requires a network connection because I'm going to be in college. Either way, the two answers provided in that thread does not solve my issue. Then click next and then finish.