There is no sound. [Solved/Closed]

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Hello,
I have upgrade to windows 10 and there was sound until Oct 08, 2015. I have Realtek High Definition software. Windows says this device is running properly. The test sound works. No music, video or windows sound. I did all steps to resolve this problem but no avail. I have Dell Inspiron 530s On Dell website there is no fix for this problem. Do I need to choose a different sound software? Thanks



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Hello,

Please tell us it is desktop or Laptop always on the system specs as it will save our time in searching for the pc model you provided.
Ok from search i found that it is desktop.
when you upgraded to windows 10 and from which OS? windows 7 or windows 8.1?
If the sound works good before upgrading to windows 10? or it happened suddenly after upgrading?
If so did you try any headset or external speakers to it?
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Thank you for your reply.

I have a desktop Dell Inspirion 530s 32/64 bit Vista. I upgrade it to windows 7 when it was available and now I upgrade to windows 10 the sound was fine for over a month it wasn't until Oct 08 2015 I notice no sound from computer, music, videos. However in the playback I click on Realtek High Definition icon to test sound it works in both speakers. I still have no sound in windows, music, videos etc. I tried all solutions suggested on the internet but none work. The speakers do make the sound when I test it.
I do not have headset.
Do you have any other thoughts about this problem? Thanks for you help.

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UPDATE:
Problem solve Yea! This is what I found: I click on control panel, click on sound, click on Realtek HD Audio Manager,click on Device advanced Settings, click on Make front -rear output device playback two different audio streams simultaneously.
I have external Bose speakers. I have Dell Inspiron 530s
Thank you for the help.
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Thanks for updating!