I've tried that and no luck. I had already fiddled around with those settings, but messing with those settings is what got me into this mess lol.You have probably made your headphones default, and turned off the speakers.
In the taskbar, near the clock, right-click on the speaker icon. Choose 'Playback devices'. In the new window, do you see 1 or 2 items? Speakers and below that Speaker/headphones. Right-click on what is showing, and in the list tick the options, 'Show disabled devices' and 'Show disconnected devices'.
Now you should have 'Speakers' line showing, so right-click on it, and choose 'properties'. At the bottom of the box, you see a drop-box that gives 2 options. Make it to be 'Use this device-enable'. Click OK. That should work.
You should reinstall the audio drivers correctlywhen i install the updated audio drivers, it does come with some audio software. is that what your talking about nismo? when i try to access the program it crashes...
yeah, can u tell what's your laptop make and model no. the program that crash may have cause the problem you're facing now.the computer is a laptop, so there is no alternate sound card.
i tired a system restore, took it back a month ago and it still doesn't work.
when i install the updated audio drivers, it does come with some audio software. is that what your talking about nismo? when i try to access the program it crashes...
and there is no yellow icon next to the sound card in device manager
this sucks. i have no idea why the sound won't work. it was JUST working until i was messing with the sound settings.