That is probably unrelated information for this particular problem, but I mentioned it just in case. When I right click in the Playback window to see disabled devices, nothing shows up. Manually look at manufacturer's sites for drivers - and Device Maker's sites. If the computer boots to Windows re-start the computer and try again. Thanks Hi thanks for the response. Down side is now there is no sound from my laptop. I would go into the sound settings and it would still show it playing and now it doesn't show the driver at all.
After setting never check for updates your Windows couldn't install the updates coming from Microsoft. Anyway, my iPhone displayed a headset icon at the top of the screen, so I proceeded to play Apple Music, but nothing was played over AirPods. Any insight would be great. Contact tech support to have it repaired. Speakers and headphones do not work. You won't be pushing 144Hz on integrated graphics anyway.
Be aware that sometimes Dell will deny support if any media player other than Windows Media Player is on the laptop, so remove any other players before contacting them, and don't tell them if you ever had any other players. At least thats what people say on the internet. It just suddenly stopped after I booted it up the other day. It worked earlier today but I noticed that I had to turn the volume up higher than usual to hear it. Is there a problem with that? Can you please provide the full make and model of the Envy you have, I you are unsure where to locate that information have a look at this for help if needed. Something is still not working right, but at least I have a way to temporarily fix it. You can use the test button to see what the highest bit rate you can use.
If you have the same symptoms with both audio drivers, then it is very probably not a driver issue. I will be happy to help you. I haven't installed any software or drivers that could conflict with the system before that. My sound suddenly goes mute. Then on the playback tab in the window that opens press right click and chech the show disabled divices and the disconnected and see if anything show up in the list.
Maybe more than you Ok, another test. Is it something to do with outdated drivers? If it is there, then the displayport audio is supported. I saw tips on restarting and thought that would it fix the problem. Has as anyone else experienced this? Seriously though, if you get a headset this will solve your problem too How do I find out if my pc and monitor supports the displayport cable? Try going to Device manager and see if you find anything sound related. Hope to here from someone soon. I opened a ticket a few months back, but the tech was unable to help.
Huh, I always thought dp carried sound. If nothing works, i give up. If doing that doesn't fix it then replace the speakers. One thing you can try is finding it in the sounds menu in Windows. It has done so successfully the last 2 times today.
I opened up the laptop tonight just now and found that it has returned to this faulty situation. It is making no sounds at all. So anyways, I turned my computer on and put my external computer speakers in the headphone jack to listen to audio from a video. The headphone icon icon came back, I tried to play to AirPods, but the scenario above repeated - no sound, icon disappeared, music over iPhone speakers. It used to work perfectly.
If it is there, then the displayport audio is supported. The hardware ids from the device manager are. I also had the same problem as you and Cara. See if it works now. Here is how to test the speakers. Highlight speaker and on the lower Right click Properties check settings for Device Usage enabled and so on.
Huh, I always thought dp carried sound. I went to control panel, then sounds. I can't find much that can be manipulated. Please respond back at your earliest convenience. My computer says that the sound is coming through my speakers, but its not its just coming through the headphones. DisplayPort is pretty much the master race of video connectors. But when trying to use my computer's applications for sound, I would only get sound coming from the computer's built-in speakers.
This is in the 'Playback' tab. When done, open windows Control Panel, open Device Manager and open up Sound, Video and Game Controllers. I have a dell inspiron 531. I have a Inspiron 15 5555 laptop which was purchased in March this year. Also look if your laptop is projecting on maximum resolution on your tv.