When i purchased my laptop xps 9575 sound quality is good and it even worked when i plugged in earphones. But when i removed the earphones no sound from the speakers and even i plugged in my earphones still no sound and once i restart my laptop i can hear the sound.
It's really annoying to restart my laptop every time.
Is it a software issue or hardware
And I bought my laptop just 10 days ago so please help me what to do
I did the same thing as mentioned by u. But still problem exists
I just wanted to know that is it a software or hardware issue. If its hardware then I might return my laptop
Click the link below for troubleshooting the speakers and headphone issue with your laptop.
I go to device manager and disable and re-enable the Realtek sound driver. It is not a fix, but may allow you to get sound back without having to restart the computer. I hope that Dell will look into this and issue a Realtek audio driver update.
Same problem here with XPS 9575, however even disabling/re-enabling the driver doesn't work for me. I have to restart the computer. I've tried reinstalling the driver, stopping/restarting audio services (Realtek and Windows Audio) and all the troubleshooters. The only thing that fixes is it is a restart, which is fairly annoying.
I notice that system has a special "driver" which does not contain a driver but sends the user to a download site to get some Waves component which is supposed to correct a "Localization" issue. I do not know what this means but has anyone used that link on their systems?
Otherwise, when you plug in a wired headset to the single audio port with the appropriate plug, you should see a popup either on the screen or on the taskbar. Is anyone seeing that popup? If you do not see a popup, can you open the MaxxAudioPro user interface either from the hidden icons on the taskbar or from the apps listing (Waves) on the Start menu?
Check the Task Manager Startup tab to see if any audio drivers are disabled from starting.
My 9365 2-in-1 has the same Audio processor so it should behave the same as the 9575. I do also show the Waves special link so I might try that to see if it messes up my system.
XPS 2720, Inspiron 17 7779, Inspiron 15 7567, XPS 13 9365, Inspiron 1545, TB16 Dock
The information in this link solved my sound problems by providing a way to get the latest Realtek sound driver:
It's sad to know that after 3 years this issue is still happening on Dell. I bought a Dell XPS 9550 in 2016 and had this issue. It seems to still be haunting people with more mldern machines. Rrally outrageous.
In my case I could never fix it. Not even after somebody changing my motherboard three times.