How To Fix Speaker Problem In Windows 11

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Although Windows 11 has many exciting new features and enhancements, it could nevertheless experience audio and speaker settings problems, just like any other operating system. Do not panic if your Windows 11 device has speaker issues, such as no sound, distorted audio, or speakers that are not detected. In this blog post, we'll give you four efficient ways to diagnose and resolve these speaker-related problems. Let's get started and get your speakers back to working perfectly!

Examine the audio settings

  1. Right-click the taskbar speaker icon and choose "Open Sound settings."
  2. Verify that the appropriate output device is chosen in the "Output" section of the Sound settings box. Your speakers should be mentioned here if they are hooked in.
  3. Select "Device properties" and make sure the device is turned on and operating as intended.
  4. Set the volume slider to a level that is audible and check the sound to see whether it is now functional.

As certain apps could have their volume set to 0, don't forget to check the "Volume Mixer" as well.

Update audio drivers 

  • Select "Device Manager" by pressing "Windows + X" from the list.
  • Locate your audio device by expanding the "Sound, video, and game controllers" section 
  • Right-click the audio device and choose "Update driver."
  • To finish the driver update procedure, select "Search automatically for updated driver software" and adhere to the on-screen instructions.
  • Restart your computer and test the speakers once again after the update is complete.

Run Windows Troubleshooter 

  1. To access the Settings menu, use the "Windows + I" keys.
  2. Click "System," then choose "Sound" from the menu on the left.
  3. Locate "Troubleshoot" under "Other sound options" and click on it.
  4. Windows will do a diagnostic scan in an effort to automatically identify and fix any speaker-related issues.
  5. Verify that the speaker problem has been fixed after the troubleshooting procedure is finished.

Check for Windows Updates 

  • To access the Settings menu, press "Windows + I" 
  • From the menu on the left, select "Windows Update".
  • Select "Check for updates" and wait while Windows looks for the most recent updates.
  • Download and install any updates that are available.
  • Restart your computer after the updates are installed to see if the speaker issue has been resolved.


It might be annoying to experience speaker issues on a Windows 11 device, but with the aid of these four techniques, you can quickly diagnose and resolve the problem. Do not forget to run the Windows Troubleshooter, check your audio settings, update your audio drivers, and keep your system current with the most recent Windows updates. You can regain audio capability on your Windows 11 system and resume uninterrupted sound by following these steps.

Remember, you can always refer back to this tutorial for a prompt and efficient answer if you ever run into problems with your speakers.

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