Fix 15 Sometimes the sound stops working due to Hyper-V installed. Otherwise, just enable that option in Device Manager and you can see your Display Device under disabled and hidden options. It doesn't have any branding on it, it's just white. I haven't tried the drivers on 1511. This will fix the problems. Be sure to choose only drivers that are compatible with your variant of Windows 10.
No changes made by me. Is Hyper-V installed on your system? Ref: Fix 2 Another user with Dell Inspiron 15 N5110 had a similar problem after Win 10 upgrade. You can fix the error with one of the solutions below. You need to disable it. Yeah, I did the uninstall and reinstall of Intel Drivers multiple times. But this is not a complete fix.
I very much appreciate your suggestion, but I'd rather not deal with the hassle of using a third-party solution to fix what appears to be Microsoft's problem. Wondering if anyone else has these problems and if I'm maybe missing something really obvious? Moving to 1607 with the 10. In my experience, the issue is the display adapter driver, and simply reinstalling it will fix the issue. I removed Hyper-V from Programs and Features and let the computer reboot. A non functioning driver did show in device manager.
Fingers are crossed the Intel update link works! Just delete this old drivers and uninstall the related files. This should bring the quo-status to the original. . You pull the plug, reconnect, reinstall drivers etc and experiment with different solutions! I don't have any problems with video or audio playback. So either disabling or enabling Hyper-V should restore your sound.
Again: Issue only occurs when Hyper-V is enabled. Then you just have to select it and make it the default sound playing device. So I find it astounding we would have to deal with something like this. So if you install the latest Graphics driver like version 10. We have a solution now. At this point Windows 10 should detect and reinstall the audio driver automatically.
The Intel Management Engine update solved this problem latest updates of video drivers didn't change anything. Then enabling Hyper-V produces the issue. You just have to follow the sequence of switching on your devices in a particular order. This new driver will be published as soon as we get this issue solved, and the publication of this driver on Windows Update is not dependent on the Windows build release cadence. This problem wasn't manifested at work where we have a Surface Dock and speakers plugged into the line in. You might have tried earlier solutions like updating audio driver etc, but still in vain. There not many issues, things were going pretty smoothly.
It came with the apartment I am renting right now but as I said, it was working just fine an hour before the upgrade. I just resolved the same issue thanks to. When connected, it is properly recognized—the audio output is set to default, but there is no sound. I don't think this is an exact test of the scenario my staff face but I'll get them to test and report back if it works. I've already checked the cables all the way through to isolate the issue back to the Surface and it had worked perfectly before the update.
No changes made by me. This also solves problem with Wireless Display WiDi. I have not been able to find anything else that produces the same error with my set-up. Also during updates, Microsoft will try to install its new drivers for its integrated graphic devices. He go to the Dell website, and download latest audio drivers for windows 10- 64 bit laptop. They seem to have native support for Win 10. This seems to be a problem with the build 10041.