Windows 10: No audio when using Windows Media Player or Youtube

  1.    07 Mar 2015 #1

    No audio when using Windows Media Player or Youtube

    After installing Windows 10 (Build 9926), all audio seemed to be working perfectly. I was listening to music thru windows media player and watching videos on youtube. After the latest driver update from NVidia (GT 630), I no longer have any audio while using media player or youtube. I still can hear all of the windows sounds when I test the speakers. I am using the DVI connection for video and the 3.5mm plug for my speakers. If I utilize the hdmi connection with my TV, the audio works thru my TV speakers perfectly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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  2.    08 Mar 2015 #2

    I found the answer to my issue on Microsoft Technet site. It is a Windows 10 issue that will hopefully be addressed in future updates. Here's the link for others use.
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  3.    08 Mar 2015 #3

    Tnx !
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