Windows 10 can remember the volume set for an audio device, and for a specific app. If you connect a pair of headphones to your system and set the volume to, for example, 50, Windows 10 will change the volume to 50 the next time you connect the handsets to the your system.
This setting is not specific to a device but specifically a port ie, the gauge is set for devices connected through the audio jack. Similarly, users can set specific app sizes and Windows 10 will remember it.
Windows 10, however, does not support resizing based on system sleep or boot states. Windows 10 system size cannot be changed when locked / unlocked unless you use a script, app or scheduled action for the task.
Windows 10 PC loses sound after sleep mode
If your Windows 10 PC loses sound after booting from Sleep mode, you should know that this is not normal. Even if the system is just damaged, it is an unexpected behavior. Make sure you do not have any scripts or apps installed to lock your system on system lock / unlock.
If the system loses sound, and only restarts, try the following solutions.
1. Change power plan
If you lose noise after your system goes out of sleep, try changing the power plan.
- Open File Explorer.
- Enter the following in the position bar and tap Enter.
Control PanelHardware and SoundPower Options
- Choose a a different power plan.
- Let the a system for getting into sleep.
- Wake up the system and check the sound.
- If the sound is to be heard, delete the power plan you previously set and create a new one in its place.
2. Quit power management apps
If so apps installed to manage the power on your system, or to trigger events when the power status of your computer changes, eliminate them all. Let the system go to sleep, and wake up.
If you do not lose sound, the apps seemed to be the problem.
3. Call specific app sound
Check if you miss audio in a particular app, eg if there is no sound when playing video in Chrome. If so all but one app has a sound after your system wakes up from sleep, the problem is with the app. Feuch uninstall and reinstall.
4. Troublesome sound run
You may have a problem with the sound system on your system, or the sound drivers. The hearing trouble ran.
- Open the Options app (Keyboard shortcut Win + I).
- go to Update & security> Troubleshoot.
- Click Additional troublemakers.
- Run the Hearing trouble hearing.
- Enter all configurations that he praises.
5. Update audio driver
It is worth checking if an audio driver update is pending and if so, its installation should correct the problem.
- Open Device manager.
- Expand Audio results and outputs.
- Right-click on the audio device and select Driver Update.
- Search for available drivers and their installation.
- Restart the system.
6. Change the system memory value
This is an unconventional solution but issues with the sound dying on the Windows 10 system when waking up from sleep are known to have been resolved.
- Tap on the Keyboard shortcut Win + R. to open the run box.
msconfigand tap on the Enter a key.
- In the system configuration window that opens, go to Boot tab.
- Click Advanced Options.
- Enable ‘Maximum Memory’.
- Set the value to 3072.
- Click all right, and then A.pply.
- Restart the system and the problem should be solved.
What do you do when you lose sound? Conclusion
Some systems find it difficult to return to their previous state when they wake up from sleep.
Usually, the system will slowly come out of its sleep state or some apps will crash. The sound not working is not a common problem but the above solutions should solve the issue nonetheless.
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