Sometimes, hardware and software issues can result in Audio buzzing while you play audio. To fix this issue, you should update your drivers and check your volume controls. In this blog, you will read the method to resolve Audio Buzzing in Window 10. For more detailed information, visit to www.office.com/setup.
Method To Resolve Audio Buzzing in Window 10:
1. Windows Update The Driver:
For this, you should right-tap on the Start button and then tap on Control Panel. After this, you should visit to Hardware and Sounds. Now, you should tap on Sound option. At this point, you should navigate to the Playback tab. Here, you should choose your audio device/headset and then tap on Properties. Next, you should visit to Controller Information and then hit on Properties button. Then, you need to tap on Change Settings and then visit to the Driver tab. At last, you should choose Update Driver.
2. Run Play Audio Troubleshooter:
First, you need to open Control Panel and then tap on View By option. After this, you should change to Large icons and then tap on Troubleshooting. Then in the left side, you should choose View all. At last, you need to tap on Playing Audio troubleshooter.
3. Check Volume Controls:
In case, the user is using the control box, then you should turn up the volume on it. Keep in mind this volume setting is for the headphones. The user should also check the mute switch on your control box is not on mute.
4. Disable Output Sound Device:
The customer should tap on Start option and then write Sound in the search box. After this, you should tap on Sound icon and then find Default Playback Device and just Disable it. At the end, you should Re-enable it.
5. Check Intel Management Systems:
You should press CTRL+ALT+DELETE simultaneously to open Task Manager. Now, you should set it to monitor top CPU cycles or all processes. Here, you should playback your audio and then check which process spikes while audio buzzing, as this could be the likely cause of the problem. You should disable all Internet Management and Security services as it can result in audio buzzing problem.
6. Update Wireless Driver:
The user should update wireless drivers and for this, they can look online for the updates of wireless driver of Windows 10.
7. Check your Wi-Fi Adapter:
Audio buzzing may caused because of the Wi-Fi adapter. The user should check that Wi-Fi is not touching the sound cable in your computer, if it is towards the sound cable, then it will create the buzz. It is advised you should use a wired Ethernet cable to your computer and just disable Wi-Fi, in order to remove audio buzzing problem. When the user turn off the Wi-Fi and play the music but it doesn’t create audio buzz, then it means the issue is with the Wi-Fi.
Through this way, the user can resolve Audio buzzing in Window 10. If the user finds the problem, then visit to the site of Microsoft via office.com/myaccount.