No Audio Output Device Is Installed

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No Audio Output Device Is Installed

While using the desktop, you might have countered the errors that pop up on the screen. These messages come up due to the essential support requirements either due to the software or the hardware for the system to function appropriately.

Usually, the dialog box messages open up to inform you about the difficulties faced by the system, so in those situations you have to think on how to troubleshoot the faults. If you don’t have proper knowledge about the systems and its working, then take the assistance of the customer support in resolving the problems related to the operating system or the applications.

If you are using the Microsoft Windows OS, then you can take the assistance by logging on to http://support.microsoft.com. In case of other OSs, you can seek the online support through their official website. Imagine that you are playing the media player or the audio files on your PC without installing the correct audio drivers into the system. Then, you are bound to get the message, displaying no audio output device is installed, or no audio devices are installed on your screen.

The codes of the errors shall go up to a broad length, and each of them may occur in any of the locations within the system. To understand the codes of errors, you would require a strong analysis as well as investigation because these codes cannot be specific.

One should note the run time and the programmatic context in which these errors occur. If you can recognize the fault correctly, then you can make use of the codes defined in the WinError.h to overcome the problems. At sometimes, the non-system software can return the codes but at some other times, the codes are returned by the functions that are present in the stack.

These lines of code are installed back into the main program that might have been erased or removed from the error handling codes due to some of the reasons.

No Audio Output Device Is Installed

No Audio Devices Are Installed

When you hover the mouse on the Sound icon present in the taskbar, you will get the message ‘No Audio Output Device Is Installed’ if you have not installed any of the devices. Suppose, if you have already installed any of the software related to audio, then you will get the message displaying the name of the installed device either in the software or the hardware form.

In the Windows 7 installed system, one should enable the onboard audio settings in the BIOS. Here, we have provided some of the steps that help one to overcome this problem.

Step 1: Utilize Audio Troubleshooter

The troubleshooter installed in the Windows Operating System detects the problems and issues automatically as far as sound and audio devices are concerned. One needs to know how to use this troubleshooter, so you need to follow the steps given below:

1. Restart your personal computer.

2. Examine the Sound icon present in the taskbar. If you find a normal display of the icon followed by the proper computer sound output, then think that the issue is solved. And, if you counter the X mark on the icon, then it means that the problem is not resolved, so continue with the next step.

3. Click on the Sound icon present on the taskbar or select the option called troubleshoot sound problems by right clicking on the icon.

4. The troubleshooter displays the results after verifying the sound problems, and this will take a certain time. If the sound output is projected rightly, then the issue is solved. Otherwise, you need to explore the additional options, or you need to take the next step for reinstalling the audio driver.

Step 2: Reinstall The Audio Driver

In the next stage, follow the steps given below, to reinstall the audio driver and to optimally utilize the Hardware Driver Re-installer. Almost all the companies will be producing their hardware managing software in-house, so we have compiled here about the HP Recovery Manager for the benefit of a user.

You can also make use of other reinstalling or recovery managing software. Before using the software, you have to follow the manual correctly to overcome the prospective troubles.

1. Firstly, choose the Start button and then click on it, and then All Programs followed by Recovery Manager.

2. Click on the next button present on the welcome screen of the Re-installation software.

3. Next, you have to choose the audio driver to reinstall and then click on the next button. If you do not find your desired driver in the list, then you have to enable the checkbox saying ‘The driver is not in the list’ and then click on the next button. You should follow the onscreen instructions to install the drivers by taking the help of the Windows Device Manager.

4. The Recuperation or Recovery Manager starts reinstalling the driver and after completion, you need to strike on the button named finish to restart the computer.

5. After restarting check the system’s resonance, if you hear the sound from the output device then the issue is solved. Otherwise, you have to fix it.

Step 3: Update The Audio Driver

You need to adopt the following steps to update the driver:

1. Firstly, log on to a particular company’s website, check for the updated software versions related to the audio after entering the model number of your computer in the required space. Next, download and install the software if it’s available followed by the verification of sound. Suppose, if you find sound issues even after this, then you should try using the Device Manager to overcome the problem.

2. In the next step, if you come across the difficulty or impossibility in fixing the problem even after downloading and installing the updated driver software. Then, you should try using the updated audio packages provided by the technology provider. If your system is integrated with the Creative Audigy or Realtek Audio Mangers, then you have to make use of the following sites for the required assistance.

a. Creative Worldwide Support: http://support.creative.com/ (in English)

b. Realtek’s download site: www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/ (in English)

Step 4: Use Microsoft System Restore or HP System Recovery

If the erstwhile steps provided are incapable of resolving the errors, then try using the Microsoft System Restore or HP System Recovery to overcome the audio issues. Also, use the recovery software along with the guidelines for its effective deployment in resolving the complications.


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