How To Fix Volume Automatically Goes Up & Down In Windows 11

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You're not alone if you're using Windows 11 and have trouble with your volume changing abruptly. This issue can be annoying, especially when working on essential projects or watching your favorite media. Fear not, though, as we have gathered four straightforward solutions to assist you in fixing the "Volume Automatically Goes Up & Down" issue on your Windows 11 computer. Let's get started right away!

Update audio drivers and check them

  1. On your keyboard, press the Windows key and X, then choose "Device Manager" from the list that appears.
  2. Find and expand the "Sound, video, and game controllers" area in the Device Manager window.
  3. Right-click your audio device (such as "Realtek High Definition Audio" or "Conexant SmartAudio HD") and select "Update driver."
  4. Choose "Search automatically for updated driver software" in complete. Windows will look online for the most recent drivers and install them if they are available.
  5. In order for the adjustments to take effect, restart your computer. Then, see if the volume problem has been fixed.

Disable Audio Enhancements

  • Right-click on the speaker icon in the system tray and choose "Open Sound settings."
  • In the Sound settings, click on "Sound Control Panel" on the right-hand side.
  • In the Speaker Properties window, navigate to the "Enhancements" tab.
  • Check the box next to "Disable all enhancements."
  • Click on "Apply" and then "OK" to save the changes.
  • Test the volume to see if the automatic fluctuations have been resolved.

Adjust Communication Settings

  1. Press the Windows key + X and select "Open Sound settings."
  2. Under the "Sound settings," click on "Sound Control Panel."
  3. In the Speaker Properties window, go to the "Communications" tab.
  4. Select the "Do nothing" radio button and click "OK" to apply the changes.
  5. Reboot your computer and check if the volume fluctuations have ceased.

Utilize Windows Troubleshooter 

  • To access the Settings app, press Windows key + I.
  • Click "System" and then choose "Sound" from the menu on the left.
  • Navigate to the "Related settings" section, scroll down, and select the "Troubleshoot" button.
  • Comply with the on-screen directions while letting Windows identify and resolve any audio-related problems.
  • Restart your computer to apply the remedies recommended by the troubleshooter and see whether the issue still exists.


It can be frustrating to deal with an uneven volume that fluctuates automatically in Windows 11. Fortunately, you should be able to properly deal with this problem if you use the four strategies mentioned above. Make sure your audio drivers are current by starting by updating them. Try turning off audio enhancements and modifying communication options if it doesn't fix the issue. Finally, let Windows troubleshooter help you if the problem continues.

To enjoy your preferred content, whether it be music, films, or video conferencing, keep in mind that a reliable and consistent audio experience is essential. You may regain control over your volume settings by following these instructions, and your Windows 11 device will play music without any interruptions.

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