Alex Lee Huang
Windows © Support Senior Analyst

No Sound?

Date: January 23, 2019 by Alex Lee Huang

So you don't have any sound and you're wondering how to fix it? Don't sweat it! The solution is to update your sound card driver, as it's most likely become outdated, or even corrupt.

I've helped quite a few people get their sound back, and it can be tedious, however a tool has now been developed to automate the entire update process... and It takes just a couple of clicks:

Click Here To Download & Restore Your Sound

After you download and install, simply press the scan button and the software does all the work for you, and in minutes your sound will be back... FINALLY.

How To Restore Your Sound

*First: Download & Install My Recommended Tool

*Next: Press the Scan button

*Finally: Press Update Drivers.. Done!

Other Common Audio Driver Related Problems

How do you know if you need to update your audio drivers?

- if your device isn't working, OR you are getting an error message, you DEFINATELY do and that is a sure sign you have other driver related problems. I know this from past experience.

- If you're noticing funky behaviour, or if it's giving you hit or miss performance, then I would say it's definately an outdated driver.

Use this utility to update your drivers now.

NOTE: Over 90% of the people I helped, also had over 30 other outdated drivers on their system.. yea.. OUCH. Talk about a disaster waiting to happen!

The simple tool I use (available to you too) locates every outdated driver (even your sound card driver) on your system and automatically updates them.

Use this utility to update your drivers now.

It takes less than 2 minutes and is literally a simple push of a button! This sure beats the hours I used to spend hunting down drivers.

See, finding and updating your No Sound wasn't so hard after all! :-)

Other Notes About No Sound:

- Even if you still have the original disks for your device, the drivers on those disks are most likely WAY outdated by now. As Windows updates itself, the drivers quickly become trash and worthless.

- It is required that you keep your audio drivers up to date at all times. Failure to do so can really mess things up, as you can see with your "no sound" problems.

That's about it for now.. now go update those stinking drivers and eliminate device problems forever! Good luck!


Posted by SJAX
January 23, 2019
Awesome tool, easy to use and... it works!!!!

Posted by KareemH
January 23, 2019
sound back ... pretty cool! Thanks Alex

Posted by ForgetMeNot
January 24, 2019
Easy enough fix... who would have thought it was a driver issue? :-)

Posted by gUyRe
January 24, 2019
I had about 15 drivers outdated and it looks like it took care of them. Sound actually better now too. I never had any problems but didn't want any down the road :-) GREAT article.

Posted by NutsyCH
January 24, 2019
This thing fixed a few errors I had too... maybe some driver corruption going on? Looks like it... many thanks

Posted by ThePhil
January 24, 2019
Small program but BIG features. You have a winner here dude. 2 Clicks is all it takes!

Posted by LUVpkr
January 24, 2019
Online games seem better now.. maybe I had a video driver problem is what I figure, at any rate all are updated thanks for telling us about it

Posted by SNorwwod
January 24, 2019
Alex thanks!

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