It's annoying though, because there are legitimate uses for it. I need real native windows for my work! It may be that you have multiple sound systems. Pre-step Try this first Note: To be sure, create a new Admin user account and see if there is nothing in your profile that has simply blocked the sound drivers for some reason? If that is indeed the problem, uninstall. There is no other audio or sound device anywhere in device manager. I cannot install Windows 8. As I recall, it unzips the file s and then runs an install utility.
Hopefully the hardware lds above will help someone to help me find the driver for the Coprocessor because I was told it is what is causing my problems. The Home Theater system used a digital optical output. Neither of the drivers on Lenovo Windows 8. I have spent hours trying stuff from Microsoft forums and other forums. If you have any questions after that, post back and I will be happy to answer any questions. Regards, Yolanda When I uninstall realtek drivers and let system install it automatically , the system tells me, that my headphones which I'm 100% sure that are compatible - they are just regular headphones, in-year without handsfree or any buttons, nothing that could be incompatible are unplugged, although they are plugged in. I had been trying to fix this for almost a week.
Hi I believe that I have the original Creative sound card driver install disk that came with my computer around here someplace. No sound after windows 8 update to windows 8. I am having the exact same problem. Right click and go to properties. There is no sound or recording device any where under sound manager just a? Many powered speakers, especially speaker systems with subwoofers, have fuses. Click on the Download 64-bit assuming 64-bit.
Windows 10 Update does not provide a speaker update. Even if you do not think that the fuse has blown, it is a good idea to swap the fuse to make sure. Hi, What is the result in safemode? Apologies once more, could you name some of the drivers you provided just to be certain my friend? I recently installed Windows 8. If Device Manager does not show your speakers of the laptop at all, that means the software is not installed for those speakers to work with Windows. I was able to record what I was hearing on Audacity. Being a crowd supported solution it is highly vetted and there is next to no chance of it containing malicious code.
I hope this isnt your career field because youd get a kick in the balls everytime you do your job. Like a high-quality home stereo system, it is not good to raise the volume more than half the range of the control knob. There are several things that can change sound volume: the volume control knob for your speakers or monitor, Windows volume controls, and volume controls in sound software. Apologies once more, could you name some of the drivers you provided just to be certain my friend? I now had sound again. I would find the exact model of your laptop and trace down the exact speaker system. Step 2: Then select your speakers set under the playback devices tab and open the properties.
The sound file can be found in imageres. What can i do ive tried everything i did get it working but on re booth no sound. Please note that the manufacturer doesn't support Windows 7, you can try to use Windows Vista driver, althouth there is no guarantee that it will work and will not damage your hardware. It's the speaker-shaped icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Check the sound driver for updates at some point in the future, in case hp decides to support a Windows 10 version. Then click on the name of your sound speakers, i. Every fix on the net I could find I tried but with still no luck.
Does anyone know what a Coprocessor is and if it is it's own device or part or is it part of mobo or chipset or something else? Now I tried doing this when I was running Windows 8. I keep one tool for when I have ruined things through fault of my own. Louis Had same symptoms as the others -- no sound after upgrading to 8. No one owns it and everyone can own it if that makes sense? After the install wizard completes I don't recall if a reboot was mandated, but it's never a bad idea. Anyway I will have time to work on it in the beta while still having my speech software working in Windows 8.
The voice sound seem to be affected no matter where they are played, in Media Player, Winamp, or on YouTube and Vimeo. Since the Windows 9 beta is only a week or so away I'm going to wait and work it out in Windows 9. For some reason the drivers thought that since I wasn't using the analog output any more, then it would shut off all analog audio. Then make a system restore point before you install the new 8. Doing so will prompt a drop-down menu. I talked to another individual with same pc having same problem and they said after a lot of researching they had it narrowed down to the Coprocessor driver missing as well. That should be a good band-aid for the problem.