Problems with your audio device? That's not really surprising. When you upgrade or downgrade your Windows® system, when you plug or unplug devices on your computer, or when your PC gets infected with spyware or a virus... there's a big chance your audio drivers get damaged in the process.
And even if your audio device drivers are not corrupt, it's recommended to update audio drivers to their LATEST versions so you don't lose out on product features and upgrades your PC manufacturer has specifically released via their drivers.
To find the latest matching audio driver downloads for your sound device, use award-winning DriverFinder.
1. Click Here to download DriverFinder™.
2. Click Run (if you're using Internet Explorer).
3. Click Save File (if you're using FireFox).
4. Double-click DriverFinderSetup.exe to install.
5. Click Start Scan in DriverFinder™ to check for new drivers.
6. Register for the full feature version.
7. Download and install the latest audio drivers recommended!
Mismatched drivers can mean serious problems for your audio device so you need a tool that is laser-specific with it's driver recommendations.
From the minute you open DriverFinder and run a driver scan, you can see it accurately detect your PC brand & model.
DriverFinder™ will then thoroughly scan your PC and all connected devices (including UNPLUGGED ones like your MP3 player, webcam, USB devices, etc.)
Next, it will search its database of millions of drivers and locate the latest, official audio drivers suited for your PC brand and model, and Windows® operating system.
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Database Updated: June 30, 2016
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A PC with no audio definitely sucks. It’s just one of those things that need to be fixed right away because without sound, it seems that your PC is not complete.
There are various reasons as to why there is ‘no audio’ coming from your PC and here are a few of them.
† An audio driver is a piece of software that enables your audio devices (e.g., speakers, microphone, headset, etc.) to communicate with your computer.
Based on the most common ‘no sound’ causes indicated on the previous tab, here are some of the most common ‘no audio’ fixes.
Option 1. Manually find, download and install audio drivers. †
Option 2. Auto-update, download and install audio drivers.