Any help would be much appreciated! Fix 6 For some cases, new software and hardware interfering with audio could be the problem. I tried many methods, but unsucessful. It's worked without a hassle since I set it up, but all of a sudden it stopped working properly a few nights ago. You might have tried earlier solutions like updating audio driver etc, but still in vain. I think you will find more help in the Dell forums than you will here with your hardware problem. I understand these cards often? I tried every possible driver solution I could find but nothing helped.
The internal hard drive stopped working, I took it to a computer repair shop, they put in a new internal hard drive, asked Microsoft for a key code and jump started the laptop. You can fix the error with one of the solutions below. For a long time I successfully had my computer hooked up to a receiver and from there the television. Next are you using only one connection from the Radeon Card? Ref: Fix 2 Another user with Dell Inspiron 15 N5110 had a similar problem after Win 10 upgrade. Please treat them with respect and encourage them to continue trying to help! However, it's a two way street: if the vendor personnel keep making incompetent or irrelevant posts, it's difficult to afford them the respect a priori. So sometimes updating the latest graphics, video drivers can also clear your audio problems. Then you need to left-click the sound device which is having the problem.
Hope the instructions above helps you resolve the problem. Products, services, surveys, websites - we're here to help with technical issues, not market for others. He go to the Dell website, and download latest audio drivers for windows 10- 64 bit laptop. Video and sound have been working for months with no issue. They seem to have native support for Win 10.
Not the answer you're looking for? Or any ideas on how to fix the issue? Check if the cable has problem. I found the solution after a year or so of backing out windows updates! After browsing through dozens of similar topics on the web, I'm beginning to get desperate, but I'm going to ask for a solution anyway. Oh, wait - you don't know that the model in question doesn't have a graphics card, and that the video ports are built into the motherboard! It thankfully came back without me having to do any of that. Now I don't have the same machine as you do to exactly test but I do have a Q180. Do you happen to have a link to the driver in question? So before moving on to other solutions, check if all hardware devices work properly: 1. Also when i restart my computer the sound works until i turn my tv off.
I want to know why the current version official driver isn't working, whether it can be fixed and how to do it. I imagine amd screwed this one up and its drivers don't work properly. Fix 20 The same problem of audio not working has a different fix. Don't forget this is primarily a user to user help forum, and not a fully monitored Lenovo support channel. It's as if it just stopped working overnight. Press Windows key + X and select Device manager. I suggest you go to the Dell Forums and post there.
Picture is great no problems there. I would change the source on the receiver to my computer and be able to play music through the receiver and show my screen on my television. Check if the monitor works properly. But the solution need some extra bucks to buy Firestick etc. However I have no sound at all.
This should make your audio work again. Then run the tool and update the latest intel driver. Do not compare or recommend products. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. This can be done using the vendor website with the system tag.
I'm connecting to a ceiling mounted projector from my Emotiva. You just use Google Chromecast or Amazon Fire Stick and connect to your monitor. But this is not a complete fix. I have had the problem with my 4980 since i got it over a year ago. My laptop then restarted and thankfully the sound was back up. Everything works fine when in device manager I roll back to version 7. Thanks again for any and all assistance.