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Recently, the audio on my Discord seems to be muted. Like I can't hear anyone talking even though it seems like I should be able to. Has anyone else had this problem? Do you know how to fix it?
This is a debug account.
I found an alternative solution to the solution shared above.
- Right-click on the Speakers icon in the bottom-right of the Windows taskbar.
- Click on Sounds.
- The Sound window should appear. Click on Playback.
- In the Playback tab, right-click your desired device and check Set as Default Device.
- Repeat the process, but now check Set as Default Communication Device.
- A green check mark will appear to confirm the Default device.
- Click Apply then hit OK.
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