How To Fix Acer Laptop has No Sound In Windows 11

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It can be annoying to experience sound problems with your Acer laptop after upgrading to Windows 11. Your productivity may suffer and the entire user experience may suffer if there is no sound. However, do not worry! In this blog post, we'll look at four efficient ways to diagnose and fix the "Acer Laptop Has No Sound in Windows 11" problem so you may resume enjoying crystal-clear audio. So let's start looking at the answers one by one.

Verify the settings for audio output and volume

Right-click on the Speaker Icon 

Find the speaker icon on the taskbar, which is typically situated in the lower-right area of the screen, to get started. The context menu will appear when you right-click on the speaker icon.

Click "Open Sound settings" 

Choose "Open Sound settings" from the context menu. This will take you to the page for the Sound options.

Verify the output device 

Make sure your desired audio output device, such as speakers or headphones, is set as the default device by checking the "Output Device" drop-down selection on the Sound settings page.

Modify Volume Controls

Secondly, check to see whether the volume is not muted or is not too low. Play a sound or video to test the audio after adjusting the volume slider to the proper level.

Update Audio Drivers

Open Device Manager

Press Windows + X and select "Device Manager" from the menu.

Expand "Sound, video, and game controllers"

Find and expand "Sound, video, and game controllers" in Device Manager.

Update Audio Driver

Click "Update driver." from the context menu of your audio device.

Automatic Driver Software Update Search

Select "Search automatically for updated driver software." Windows will look for and install the latest driver online.

Use Audio Troubleshooter

Start using Windows Settings

Windows Settings are opened by pressing Windows + I.

Select "System"

In Windows Settings, click "System."

Run Troubleshooter for "Sound"

Select "Sound" from the left sidebar in System settings. Click "Troubleshoot" under "Related settings" to start the audio troubleshooter. Find and resolve sound issues using the on-screen directions.

Reinstall Audio Drivers

Remove Audio Driver

Open Device Manager like in Method 2, right-click your audio device, and select "Uninstall device." Perform the action when asked.

Laptop Reboot 

Start your Acer laptop to let Windows automatically reload the audio driver after deleting it.


It can be upsetting to discover that your Acer laptop has no sound after upgrading to Windows 11. However, you can effectively troubleshoot and fix the problem by using the four techniques described in this blog post. Before updating your audio drivers using the Device Manager, first check your audio output and volume settings. Run the audio troubleshooter if the issue still exists, or as a final resort, delete the audio drivers from the Device Manager and reinstall them. You can get your Acer laptop's audio working again and use Windows 11's superb sound to enjoy your favorite entertainment by following these step-by-step instructions.

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