Here we can see “After upgrading to Windows 10, there are no audio devices available (Intel Chipset)”
I recommend connecting the audio device to your computer and changing the settings listed below.
- Right-click the sound icon in the taskbar’s bottom right corner.
- Select Playback Devices from the drop-down menu.
- Check the list of connected playback devices to see if the audio device you connected is listed.
- If this is the case, select the icon and then the Set default option.
- After that, click OK and then Apply.
- I recommend that you update your audio drivers.
- Select Device Manager by right-clicking the Start button on the desktop.
- Expand Audio inputs and outputs, right-click High Definition Audio Device, and select Uninstall from the menu.
Reinstall the audio driver after that. The graphics driver comes with audio drivers from Intel. Follow these steps to reinstall the audio driver:
- Determine which Intel® Graphics Controller you have.
- Use the Search box in the top-right corner of the Download Center to look for the Intel Graphics model you found.
- Choose the appropriate driver for Windows® 10 from the list.
- For your Intel Graphics Controller, go to the Download Center and get the most recent graphics driver.
- Right-click the Windows Start icon and select the Device Manager.
- Click Yes when prompted for permission from User Account Control.
- Expand the Sound, video and game controllers section.
- Right-click Intel® Display Audio or Intel High Definition Audio and select Update driver.
- Click Browse my computer for driver software.
- Click Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer.
- Select an audio driver and click Next. Drivers are now being installed.
- Restart your computer.
I hope you found this information helpful. Please fill out the form below if you have any questions or comments.
1. How do I fix Windows 10’s No audio output device?
- Sound Drivers should be updated. As previously stated, the “no audio output device is installed in Windows 10” error is caused by a corrupted or outdated driver.
- With Device Manager, you can fix it.
- Restart your computer.
- Replacing a faulty sound card…
2. Why isn’t my computer picking up my audio device?
An outdated audio driver can cause sound problems and errors. First, check if the audio device is disabled in Device Manager and install any available driver updates. Next, look for Device Manager in Windows and open it. If a new driver is installed, restart the computer if prompted before checking for Sound.
3. How can I reclaim my audio on Windows 10?
Here’s how to do it: Type the control panel into the taskbar’s search box, then select it from the results. For example, from the Control Panel, go to Hardware and Sound, and then Sound. Right-click the listing for your audio device on the Playback tab, select Set as Default Device, and then OK.
4. What’s wrong with my audio interface?
Make sure you have the correct drivers for your interface downloaded and installed. Make sure your interface’s cable is connected to the correct input. Try a different cable; a broken or faulty cable is a common issue.
5. In Windows 10, how do I enable audio devices?
- Activate the control panel.
- Then, under Hardware and Sound, select Sounds.
- Right-click on the empty area under the Playback tab and ensure “Show Disabled Devices” is checked. It will now appear in the list if headphones/speakers are disabled.
- Enable the device by right-clicking on it.