News Tech: On devices running Windows 10, the most recent update from Microsoft, KB5015878, is said to create a variety of audio issues, according to the official Windows Health Dashboard website. The company has deployed the Known Issue Rollback System (KIR) to stop the flaw from propagating, publicly acknowledged the issue, and supplied workarounds with the impacted users.The latest Windows 10 flaw, according to the software behemoth, impacts machines in several ways. While some customers only hear sounds on a few ports, gadgets, or programmes, others endure total audio blackouts. According to Microsoft’s research, either the sound device driver has problems with the “audio enhancements” function, or the impacted audio drivers had the “audio enhancements” setting turned off prior to downloading KB5015878.
If you have not yet installed the update, you can do the following to prevent the issue:
To prevent the problem from spreading, Microsoft applied the Known Issue Rollback system that can undo problematic changes without any action required from the end user. Interestingly, this time, KIR only ensures the bug will not affect other systems. Those who already have audio issues on Windows 10 after installing KB5015878 should apply one of three workarounds described below:
Updating your audio device driver (also called “sound drivers” or “sound card drivers”) might prevent this issue. If there are updated drivers available on Windows Update or from your Windows device manufacturer`s (OEM) webpage, installing them might prevent this issue. If you are using any advanced audio applications such as Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), it is recommended that you backup all your settings before installing the update. If only certain apps are affected, you can try the following methods to fix the issue.
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