hiee!! my n 5110 giving very low volume from yesterday ..i updated driver and check volume everywhere but still facung this problem ..plss help me !!!!
Welcome to the Community.
If you have tried updating the Drivers and still could not get it working you can try performing a system restore to a check point which is prior to yesterday. If there was any software update that resulted in this the system restore can fix it. Also please make sure that you are getting the sound from both the internal speakers. Update to the latest BIOS and driver from support.dell.com.
See if the problem occurs on both internal and external speakers. Also you can run Dell Diagnostics to test the audio.
Some problems can be caused by issues with the DirectX . Try downloading the latest version from Microsoft.
Please find the following link to view the details on how to run the diagnostics on hardware components.
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Thanks and regards,
Please proceed with caution before updating the BIOS. A failed BIOS update attempt can ruin or "brick" your motherboard and the failure is not covered by your warranty.
Each new version of the BIOS comes with a "Fixes and Enhancements" section that lists which issues the new version addresses. I have looked at that section of every BIOS version for the N5110 -- there are about 8 or 9 versions. None address any audio issues at all so it is unlikely that a BIOS update can fix an audio issue on an N5110..
One of the most knowledgeable people on this forum is one of our Dell moderators, Chris_M, who says, "A Bios update should ONLY be done if you are correcting a specific issue." You do have a specific issue but it occurred suddenly. If your BIOS were the cause of your low audio then it would have been low all along. In my opinion it is unlikely that a BIOS update can fix a sudden audio problem on any model.