Updating the sound device drivers for your sound card
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Individual drivers may be available on manufacturer websites at no charge.
Drivers change over time as they get updated by the manufacturer, which is why you should regularly update them with the latest version.
Drivers are snippets of software that allow Windows to communicate with other software programs and hardware devices such as your printer, sound card, video card, or webcam.
They often create application slowness, blue screens, error messages, hardware malfunctions and system crashes.
In order to keep your PC running at its peak performance, you need regular maintenance.
Verify all cables are plugged in properly - a standard PC audio cable can become unplugged fairly easily.