Sound is an important component of gaming, for both input and output. Not only does sound help with better immersion in gameplay, but it also provides a great opportunity to communicate with your friends while playing. In this article, we are going to learn how to fix Nvidia Audio not plugged in error. Here is everything you need to know:
We have covered several audio accessories previously on Digistatement. There are several headsets in the market that you can get your hands on, tailored to your specific needs. Most of these handsets come specially built for your choice of consoles, while most of them work on PC as well.
However, the audio of your gaming experience isn’t limited to your headset. If you use a PC, chances are that you use an Nvidia card for gaming. In June, Nvidia released 2 cards, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, much to everyone’s delight. The GeForce RTX 3080 Ti has become the latest flagship model of the company, leagues apart from its predecessors.
How to fix Nvidia Audio not plugged in error?
Nvidia systems manage a lot of components of your gaming. Not only do they strive to provide a greater visual experience while gaming, you can also manage audio using the Nvidia application. Thanks to Youtuber TroubleChute, we have a detailed guide to fix the Nvidia Audio not plugged in error.
Here are the steps you need to follow in order to fix the Nvidia Audio not plugged in error yourself:
Update your drivers. Keeping your system up to date is a vital part of everything electronic. The same is true for Nvidia Audio
If updating doesn’t work, try to reinstall the drivers.
Make sure audio enabled in Nvidia Control Panel. Once you open the Control Panel, locate the Set up digital audio menu to make the desired changes, you can check, how to do that in video sharer below.
Enable the output in Windows Sound Settings.
Make sure your monitor is connected to your Graphics Card and not the motherboard
If all else fails, try unplugging your Monitor and plugging it into another physical port of your Graphics card.
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