In order for the computer to make sound, the device needs to have a sound card installed. The sound card will process digital audio signals and convert them into signals to output to external speakers. Most computers today have an onboard card on the mainboard that performs the same function as a discrete sound card.
However, some people, after installing the audio driver, or updating the driver to the new version, often experience sound errors, such as loss of computer sound, volume errors on the onboard Realtek sound card. Although the sound has been adjusted to 100%, when connecting the headset to the computer, the sound is very small. The following article will guide you on how to fix audio errors on your computer.
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How to Resolve the Realtek onboard sound card Error
Users access the Control Panel and then select the Small icons display mode. Then click on the Realtek HD Audio Manager management section.
The new interface has appeared. Here, click on the Speakers tab, then click on the Room Correction section. Look down below, check Enable Room Correction, and then adjust the frequencies to +10 dB as shown below. You should not adjust it too high because it will break the sound. Finally, click OK to save.
So when reconnecting the headset, the sound will be adjusted to the normal loudness level, no longer the phenomenon of being as quiet as before. In addition, if necessary, we can install the Sound Booster software, increasing the maximum computer sound to 500 times.
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We hope you are successful!