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No sound

I've lost my audio from any source - YouTube, voice messages, etc.

I rarely use audio, so unfortunately there have been several config changes since the last time I used audio. So I can't offer any clues for this issue.

One such change was updating from Windows 10 to 11 about two months ago,

BTW: The last auto check for Win Update was this morning.

With sound level set to max, I used SupportAssist > Troubleshooting > I want to troubleshoot my PC > I want to check a specific piece of hardware > Audio Devices

None of the test sounds were audible.

I also scanned the headings of the first 30 posts on this site, looking for "sound" or "audio". There are several posts, but none for "no sound".

BTW:  I don't have headphones - so I don't know if headphones are working.

I would be grateful for any advice.


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@fireberd said:

...manually download and install the Realtek sound


That worked fine.

Thanks for all your patience and help.


Thanks for the update and it got resolved.


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