Fix Volume Automatically Goes Up / Down in Windows 10

Have you been experiencing this issue where your PC volume automatically goes up/down in Windows 10 till it gets mute? Well, this is an error that has been troubling many users off-late. Many users have been reporting that whenever they are listening to music or have more than one tab/windows open that produces sound, the volume gets adjusted automatically, without any manual intervention. It can also go upto 100% automatically.

While this can be really annoying, the good news is, we can fix the issue. Let’s see how.

Method 1: Through Communications Tab

Step 1: Go to the Start button on your desktop and right-click on it. Select Run from the context menu.


Step 2: In the Run command, type mmsys.cpl in the search field and press OK.


Step 3: Now, in the Sound window that opens, select the Communications tab and select the radio button next to Do nothing.

Press Apply and then OK to save the changes and exit.


Now reboot your PC and the volume should be fine. If the problem persists, try the 2nd method.

Method 2: Via Sound Properties

Here, we have to disable all enhancements for headphone in the sound properties.

Step 1: Follow Step 1 and Step 2 from Method 1 to open the Sound dialog box.

Start > right click > Run command > mmsys.cpl  > OK

Now, select the Playback tab, select the playback device that’s causing the issue, and click on the Properties button at the bottom.

For instance,the issue can be with either the Speaker, Headphone, or the Microphone.

Step 2: In the Properties dialogue box, select the Enhancement tab and check the box next to Disable all enhancements.

Press Apply and then OK to save the changes and exit.

*Note – If the the speaker or headphone settings of your system comes with the Immediate Mode, make sure to check that box also.

Now, reboot your PC for the changes to be effective and your volume issue should be resolved now. If the issue is still there, follow the 3rd method.

Method 3: By Updating the Driver

Step 1: Press the Windows + X keys together on your keyboard to open the context manager. Select Device Manager from the menu.

Win + Xデバイスマネージャー

Step 2: In the Device Manager window, scroll down to find Sound, video, and game controllers. Click to expand it. Now, select the audio device, right-click on it and click on Update driver.

Here, we selected Realtek Audio and right-clicked on it.


Step 3: In the Update Drivers window, click on Browse my computers for drivers.


Step 4: In the next window, click on Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer.


Step 5: Next, go to Model and select High Definition Audio Device.

Click on Next.


The High Definition Audio Device driver will now be installed. Restart your PC for the changes to be effective. This should fix the volume issue, but if not, follow the 4th method.

Method 4: By Uninstalling Drivers and then Reinstalling Them

Step 1: Open the Device Manager window as shown above in Method 3 > Step 1.

Now, go to the Sound, video and game controllers section again and expand it. Right-click on Realtek Audio and select Uninstall from the context menu.


Once it’s uninstalled, restart your PC. The drivers will be automatically installed as the Windows is starting up. This should fix the error, but if not, then follow the 5th method.

Method 5: By Turning Off Dolby Digital Plus Audio

This method is for those who are using a Dolby Digital Plus supported device.

Step 1: Follow Step 1 and Step 2 from Method 1 to to reach the Sound dialogue box. Now, under the Playback tab, select the sound device that’s getting adjusted automatically and click on the Properties button at the bottom.

Step 2: In the Properties window, go to the Dolby tab and press the Power button next to the brand name (Dolby Digital Plus) to turn it off.

ここで、Windows 10 PCを再起動すると、Windows10でPCの音量が自動的に上下する問題が解決されるはずです。ただし、それでも同じ場合は、6番目の方法を試してください。


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音量を上げたり下げたりするために外部マウス(ホイール付き)を使用している可能性がありますが、問題の原因となっているのは、ドライバーまたはドライバーに関連する機械的な問題である可能性があります。USBマウスのプラグを抜き、Windows 10 PCを再起動するだけで、問題が解決するはずです。


上記のすべての方法が試され、テストされており、Windows 10でPCの音量が自動的に上下する問題を修正する必要があります。ただし、上記の方法のいずれも機能しない場合は、システムで使用しているオーディオカードを確認してください。正しい方法で、損傷しておらず、差し込まれていないかどうかを確認します。多くの場合、それでも可能性があります。