The machine boots using bios mode, Cirrus Audio was properly installed after a single run of setup. Thus, you can see your speakers in enabling stage. There is a great deal of attractive actualities for your blog, I cherished contemplating it and I guess individuals will get various assistance from this weblog. Would you like to answer one of these instead? Now, try to , if the sound is not working still or you are unable to hear music, then you can follow the next step. .
Okay do you have headphones? What is the model of your sound card? Do reply us with the results. Note: Please backup the data before attempting this. Keep in mind that your computer's issue might be too complicated to diagnose and fix on your own, in which case you'll need to take your computer into a tech repair professional. I can't tell you how excited I was when I put my laptop back together and heard the sign on sound for the first time in almost 1 year. After examining the event logs, I found that it was caused by a faulty 'Network List' service which would refuse to start with the message Error 127: The specified procedure could not be found.
In order to get sound back in Windows 8, one of the methods given below must be followed: Method 1 How to Troubleshoot Audio Device in Windows 8? You should have sound again, this work for me at least but I'm not sure if itll fully work for you too. What is the model of your Sound card? Keep me posted with the information. Select Device Instance Path or Device Instance Id whichever is available for your version of Windows from the drop down box. Only when I plug it headphones or earphones it works. I did run diagnostic and I hear the Beep sound when it says color display Yes or No. It looks like your speakers and headphones are not working properly in Windows 8 and it ends up in freezing the system. I have spent hours trying stuff from Microsoft forums and other forums.
Make sure the computer isn't muted. It's the speaker-shaped icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen. I am providing below the steps to eliminate any software related issue, viz. If you have any other questions do reply to the same thread. Maybe the speaker is busted? I don't know what's going on, may be is my to old for Win8 notebook. For example, you decide to play movies or music albums on your Windows 8 system. The surround sound channels 5.
Try this and see what happens. I have to shut down or restart to get audio back. Step 1: Uninstall the Sound card drivers and in-built speaker drivers. I tried new speakers and headphones I removed the drivers and re-installed the latest in Safe Mode. I have been googling like crazy, only to find fixes for Realtek Audio Cards. I even took it to a so called computer repair and they didn't even figure it out.
I cannot find any updated drivers. Did I miss something critical about Bootcamp? This is the most important part about getting the sound to work Click on the second. The solution is to replace the jack, but on your model the jack is part of the motherboard. Run that test and check if you can hear the 8 beep tones from the speakers. And sometimes restarting the computer does not work and I have to restart twice. There is only problem with the 5. To this day I still haven't fixed the sound card yet and anyone having issues with it I would recommend bringing it in for repairs if you have warranty.
After backing everything up, wiping my partitions, and installing Windows 8. After restarting the computer, the Control Panel should be back to normal. I've been running Win 8 for a long time with no sound issues. Could you also tell me the specifications of your computer? For some reason it only happens when I am not playing any sound in the background since I haven't had it happen while watching a video etc. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. Also read this Microsoft information and follow the steps there.
Hi AdamBiałecki, Thank you for choosing Windows 8 and joining us on our Community. I have never used external speakers. Follow the steps to uninstall the Sound card drivers and in-built speaker drivers. Method 1: Uninstall and reinstall the sound card and the in-built speaker drivers in Windows 7 Compatibility Mode. I know, I'm not exactly sure if its the sound card either. Restart the computer and check if the audio jack is working. I wish someone could just tell me what the problem is.
I wonder how you found about this solution. Let Windows fully load - it will automatically load an audio driver, but just let this complete. Tap away at the esc key as you start the notebook to launch the Start-up Menu and then select f10 to enter the bios menu. If the configuration is okay and the speakers are okay, then most likely the problem is the headphone jack. If we try to solve the problem by installing the latest Realtek Audio Driver then all is in vain. Hello, I recently upgraded to Windows 8. Not sure why it's doing that but I may just have to bring it in for repairs.