WINDOWS 10 VOLUME CONTROL NOT WORKING - SOLVED

At times, Windows 10 OS goes through some issues. One among them is Windows 10 volume control not working. If you are encountering the same issue or kind of related issue, then try the methods given below to resolve the problem.

Enable The Volume Icon If It Is Grayed Out

Check the Volume icon viewed on your taskbar. If it is not enabled, then enable the icon in your taskbar.

Install Updated Sound Drivers

  • Right-click on the speaker image on the taskbar.
  • From the result, click Playback devices.
  • In the window that appears, click Default device under the Playback tab.
  • From the General tab under Controller information, click Properties.
  • Go to Change Settings, and go to the Driver tab.
  • Click on Update Driver.

Note: If the sound driver is not available, search online for the appropriate driver for your sound card, and install it.

  • Restart Your system.
  • If possible, update automatically.
Windows 10 Volume Control Not Working

Continue reading the below methods to fix Windows 10 volume control not working issue.

Reset The Audio

  • First, in the Search bar, type services.msc, and select Services.
  • Select the windows audio and right-click to select properties.
  • Ensure the Startup type is kept in the option Automatic.
  • Move to the service status and click on Stop.
  • Wait for a while and click Start again.
  • Restart your system, and check if the problem is resolved.

Run The Audio Troubleshooter

  • Press the Windows button and type “troubleshoot” in the Search box, then click Troubleshoot.
  • Click on Playing Audio.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions and identify the issue.
  • Finally, restart your device and check if the volume control works fine now.

Try the above methods and see if the windows 10 volume control not working issue is resolved. In case you do have any queries, click the CALL button provided on this page to contact our tech team.