How to Fix No Sound after the Windows 10 Creators Update
Here’s a simple solution to fix no sound after the Windows 10 Creators Update on your computer.
STEP 1: Right-click on your speaker icon on your bottom windows bar.
STEP 2: You will see a pop-up box with some options
STEP 3: Choose “Playback devices”
STEP 4: Right Click on the “Speakers” device
STEP 5: Choose “Set as Default Device”
If this does not solve the problem you might want to try some of the other options below…
Problems always come unexpectedly after each Windows update and now we have one more big headache, no sound after the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update or the Windows 10 Creators Update.
When you update to Windows 10 Creators Update (Version 1703 and Build number 15063) /v1709 from the Windows 8.1, Windows 7 or the old Windows 10 version, you may suffer the no sound issue on your Windows 10 computer.
You get static sound in your headphones or have your Bluetooth speakers sound delay while you’re playing music on the computer or receive a sound error message when trying to play a sound.
Many factors can cause the sound issue on your Windows 10 Fall Creators Update or Windows 10 Creators Update PC, such as problematic sound hardware, outdated or incompatible audio/sound card drivers, faulty sound configurations and more. In this case, you can go on the reading in this post for workable solutions to fix the sound problem.
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