How To Troubleshoot Realtek Audio Problems In Windows 11?


We have some useful advice for anyone experiencing audio problems in Windows 11. Although it might seem that Microsoft is in control of everything, there are many factors that affect the sound quality of your computer. This article will help you fix Realtek audio problems in Windows 11.

There are many reasons this problem may occur, but most commonly it is caused by upgrading audio drivers or installing new devices.

Way to Fix Realtek Audio Issues in Windows 11

You might have noticed a decrease in sound quality after upgrading to Windows 11. This could be due to static, popping or distorted sounds. There are several ways to fix this issue.

  1. Check your network connectivity – People spend hours working on their computers, even though the problem could be with the connection or the device itself. Also, make sure you check if the power source is working. If the problem persists try reconnecting the device to the system. Make sure the mute button is turned off on your device. Also, ensure that the volume setting on your audio output device is not set at the lowest.

    If the problem persists, connect the audio device to another system. If the device works as it should, then we can rule out any damage to cables or other issues.

  2. Restart the audio service – There are three services that provide audio output for Windows. If one of these services isn’t working properly or has a bug, you may experience problems. These services are Windows Audio Endpoint Creator, Remote Procedure Call, and Windows Audio. Let’s first check if they are actually running. If they aren’t, start them.

    To launch the app, enter Services in the Start Menu and hit Enter.

    Scroll down, and double-click the Windows Audio Endpoint Builder.

    Check the General tab to see if the Service status has changed.

    Click on the Start button if the service status is not in progress.

    If the service is still running, stop it first and then restart it again.

    You can also repeat the same process for the two other services to verify that Realtek Audio is resolved.

  3. Turn off audio enhancements – Realtek’s audio problems can be attributed to audio enhancement, according to reports. If you’ve enabled the enhancements before, it might be a good idea not to enable them again. You can do this by following these steps:

    Click on Start and type Control Panel. Then press the Enter key.

    Open the Sound option by searching for it.

    Switch to the Playback tab in the new window.

    Next, click Properties on the bottom to select the speaker not working.

    Click on the Enhancements tab and check the box next to Disable all enhancements.

    To save your changes, click on OK at the bottom.

    Close the window, and then check to see if the audio output error has been corrected.

  4. Reinstall the audio device – If the problem persists, it could be that the driver is corrupted or has a bug. In such cases, you can reinstall the driver to resolve the problem.

    Use the Windows+R keys to open the Run dialog.

    Next screen, search for Realtek Audio.

    Right-click the driver to uninstall it.

    Click Uninstall if a confirmation pops up.

    Reboot the computer, and Windows will install the latest driver version, provided it isn’t corrupt, once the system has started.

    Now restart your computer. Once Windows starts, a new driver will be installed.

    If this does not resolve the problem, you can move on to the next solution.

  5. You can also choose another audio format – Sometimes audio output problems are caused by an audio format that is not compatible with your hardware. You can choose another format that is compatible with your hardware if this happens. Here’s how to do it.

    Look for the Control Panel.

    Choose the Sound option.

    Click on the Playback tab.

    Next, choose the speaker that’s not working.

    Next, right-click the speaker and choose the Properties option.

    Switch to the Advanced tab in the Speakers Properties window.

    Select the default format section and use the drop-down menu to select bit depth and sample rate.

    Next, click on the Test button.

    You can test each one until you find one that works best for you.

    Click OK to save your changes.

    If the audio format is not working, you can try the next solution.

  6. Run the Audio Troubleshooter – Windows has many built-in troubleshooters that can help you identify and solve most problems quickly. You can use the Playing Audio troubleshooter to resolve audio problems in Windows 11. Here’s how it works

    To open the Settings app, press the Windows+I keys.

    Scroll to the right on the System tab and click Troubleshoot.

    Next, click Other troubleshooters and then search for the Playing Audio troubleshooter.

    Once you have found it, click the Run button.

    The troubleshooter will then search for and list your audio output devices.

    Select the one that you are having difficulty with, then click the Next button.

    Now, the software can diagnose and fix any device or configuration problems.

    Follow the instructions on the screen and choose the correct response as you go through the troubleshooting process

  7. Turn off audio enhancements – An incorrect audio output device can also cause problems. The Action Center can verify this.

    By pressing Windows + A keys, you can open Action Center.

    Click the small arrow icon next to the volume level.

    Now the system will display a list all audio devices that are connected to it. Choose the playback option.

    Device for the audio

    This should resolve the issue. You should then make this device the default.

    Open the Start menu and search for “Change system sound” before selecting the appropriate search result.

    Go to the Playback tab in the Sound window. Select the output device that you want to use.

    Click on Set Default at the bottom.

    Click OK at the bottom to save your changes

  8. Update the Audio driver – If the Realtek driver has become outdated, your computer might have trouble playing audio. We recommend that you manually install the Realtek driver update to verify it is working.

    Right-click the Start button to select the Device Manager option from the list.

    Next, search for Sound, video, and game controllers and then double-click.

    Right-click the Realtek(R), Audio driver and choose Update driver from the menu.

    Windows now gives you two choices. One will automatically locate the best drivers for your computer, or one will allow you to manually install them. We recommend that you leave the first option to Windows. It is too risky.

    To install the drivers, click Search automatically. Follow the instructions on the screen.

Restart your computer after installing the update to see if Realtek Audio is working properly.

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