In this article, we are going to see My Laptop Sound Not Working and How To Fix it for Windows 10.
There are several possible solutions for fixing sound or audio problems in Windows 10:
Check your sound settings
Make sure your volume is turned up, your audio device is selected as the default playback device, and your sound driver is up to date. You can access these settings by right-clicking the volume icon on the taskbar and selecting “Open Sound settings.”
Restart your audio services
Sometimes, audio services can become stuck or stop working, causing sound issues. To restart them, open the Services app by typing “services.msc” into the Start menu search bar, find the “Windows Audio” and “Windows Audio Endpoint Builder” services, right-click on each of them, and select “Restart.”
Update your audio driver
Outdated or corrupted audio drivers can also cause sound problems. You can update your audio driver by going to the manufacturer’s website and downloading the latest driver for your audio device.
Check your cables and connections
If you’re using external speakers or headphones, make sure they’re properly connected to your device and the audio jack. Try unplugging and plugging them back in to ensure a secure connection.
Run the audio troubleshooter
Windows 10 has a built-in audio troubleshooter that can help diagnose and fix common sound issues. To access it, go to “Settings” > “Update & Security” > “Troubleshoot” and select “Playing Audio.”
Check for Windows updates:
Sometimes, sound problems can be caused by outdated system files. Make sure your device is up to date with the latest Windows updates by going to “Settings” > “Update & Security” > “Windows Update” and selecting “Check for Updates.”
If none of these solutions work, it may be a hardware issue with your audio device, and you may need to contact the manufacturer for further assistance.
Laptop Motherboard Chip Level Audio Section
The audio chip is normally realtech, context or Yamaha. This chip receives digital audio signals and converts them into analog format. This chip requires two power sources 3 volt and 5 volts.
How to fix the laptop audio not working problem
Firstly, check the driver installed over the laptop.
Secondly, check whether the headphones sound coming or not. If the headphone sound is coming then check for 4-ohm resistance.
Thirdly, check for 3.3 volts and 5 volts section whether 3 volts and 5 volts are coming when turning on the laptop.
Finally, if everything else fails then replace the audio chip and see. The audio must be working now.
Working on laptop audio section
Firstly laptop audio chips will get 3.3 volts DVDD and 5 volts AVDD signals.
Secondly, PCH sends 5 volts DATA IN signal to the audio chip. In response to it it audio chip sends a 5 volts DATA OUT signal. Also, the audio chip sends a BIT CLOCK signal.
Thirdly, PCH sends a RESET signal to the audio chip.
Lastly, an audio chip provides analog signals to the headphone jack and speakers.
The laptop repairing guide consists of repairing laptop parts and motherboards.