Audio & Sound Drivers

1. Fix Audio Drivers Problems

“No sound” or similar problems usually mean a problem with your Audio Drivers. If you have checked all your connections (and ensured you do not have sound muted!) then it is most likely a Sound Drivers problem. To fix sound problems you can try to reinstall the Driver yourself or use an automatic Driver Update Tool to do this for you.

Reinstall the driver

Windows computers come with a built-in utility called Device Manager which allows you to uninstall, install, and update device drivers. Most audio and sound driver problems occur due to corrupt device driver files. You can fix such errors by uninstalling and reinstalling the concerned device driver.

To uninstall and reinstall Drivers in Windows 7, perform the following steps:

  • Click the Windows icon in your taskbar, type device manager in the Start Search box, and then press Enter
  • Double-click on Sound, video, and game controllers
  • Locate and double-click the driver that is causing the error
  • Click the Driver tab
  • Click Uninstall
  • Insert the Driver disc, and then follow the screen instructions to install the driver

2. Download Audio Drivers – Automatic Audio Driver Updates

update audio drivers It is recommended you update your Audio Drivers regularly in order to avoid conflicts. Download the Driver Installer below and run a free scan to check if your drivers are up-to-date. Driver updates will resolve any driver conflict issues with all devices and improve the performance of your PC.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Downloading the latest Driver releases helps resolve driver conflicts and improve your computer’s stability and performance. Updates are recommended for all Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 users.