Windows 10: Sound Fading In and Out as New Sounds are Introduced

  1.    28 Aug 2015 #1

    Sound Fading In and Out as New Sounds are Introduced

    Hey there guys- new to this forum, but something has been bugging me beyond belief since I upgraded to Windows 10.

    My audio fades out whenever a new sound is introduced. As an example- I'll be listening to Spotify (loudly) and the moment I get a Facebook message (ding!) the music from Spotify greatly decreases (can barely hear it) and stays that way for (sometimes) up to a minute. Of course every time Facebook dings! me, it decreases any other sound.

    Anyone else having this problem? I've looked through the settings, looked on google, I don't see anything similar come up anywhere. It's extremely frustrating!

    Thanks for your help in advanced!
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    28 Aug 2015 #2

    Uninstall Sound drivers and reinstall from following link..
    Realtek Definition Audio Codecs
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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