Trouble updating windows media player 10 to 11
If you can see the sound card, then right click on its name (or press and hold) to open the context menu.Now choose Properties and under the General tab look at the Device status.Usually when these problems occur, you will experience bad sound quality or the sound will be completely missing.Hardware issues and outdated drivers are the leading cause of these problems and as such, they will be the main focus of this troubleshooting guide.Does anyone have any ideas on how to work around this using media player ? And I have to download an alternative Macgo Bluray Player for replacing it.I understand that you can download codec packs but would appreciate any help in this. Have further info on this: windows 10 media player doesn't include the mp4 codec(s) but have since installed the free VLC Media Player which enables me to play my mp4 files on my pc faultlessly. Its interface is more friendly than win 8, and I used to try to upgrade my OS to win 10.
Type Device Manager in the search box, and then click or tap on the Device Manager from the list of results.
If you are using speakers, headphones, a combo box or professional sound monitors you should first check the cables that connect to your PC.