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Check your Driver Normally you would open Control Panel Hit Enter. Setting correct audio device as default Type ‘Sound’ in search and select ‘Settings’. Under the Playback tab section, you will find multiple audio devices; appearing as speaker, followed by the name of the device.
See whether the driver is installed and the device working properly. To check this, select the ‘Search’ option from the charms-bar, type – Device Manager’ and click ‘Settings’.
Place one module name per line as in the following example:snd-usb-audio b43legacy fuse This step is only necessary if Ubuntu doesn't automatically detect your hardware at startup.
Enter the following command to synchronize your package list and install all available updates:sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade The command "dist-upgrade" ensures that APT resolves all package dependencies during the upgrade.
If it helps, great, else change the setting again and see if that helps.
Check if the HDMI cables are connected properly If you are using an HDMI cable to connect your PC to a monitor with speakers that supports HDMI, chances are you might not hear the sound.
Use the following command to update the archive:sudo update-initramfs -u The update-initramfs program reads all the files in /etc/modprobe.d and all the module names in /etc/modules while compressing the image.
You must restart your computer to load the modules.