Believe it or not, some people are still waiting for confirmation that they can now start to download and install Windows 10 on their desktops and laptops. If you were one of the millions of others that have been enjoying Windows 10 for 6 days now, then things would have been going very smoothly for you.
However, there are a small number of people that have been experiencing a few Windows 10 problems, and we are not talking about freeing up space by getting rid of core apps, or slow installs, we are going on about issues such as sound.
There are a small percentage of people with the no sound on Windows 10 problem, and so have been looking for ways in order to fix this issue.
Thankfully, there is a fix for those Windows 10 sound problems, which was discovered by Bidness ETC. The first step is to right click on the sound icon on the bar at the bottom, and then select playback devices. Make certain you select the current playback device and use it by default, which should be the speakers.
The next step is to double click the properties window and go to the advanced settings. You then need to change the bit rate to, 24bit/44100 Hz or 24bit/192000Hz, as this will all depend on your speaker configuration.
In most cases these steps will resolve the issue, but if not, then you could try to launch the Start menu and search for the Device manager and then allow it to launch. Now you want to expand the Sound and audio devices, right click on the current sound driver and uninstall it.
All you then have to do is scan for new hardware and an updated driver will be downloaded and installed. With a bit of luck all your sound issues in Windows 10 should be fixed.
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