Halo Infinite: How to Fix the No Sound/No Audio bugs
While Halo Infinite often runs smoothly and without bugs, like any other video game, it is not immune to the occurrence of a bug or two. You are not alone if you have been playing and have encountered an audio problem where you can no longer hear a portion of the game. Here are some suggestions for resolving those concerns.
If you’re having audio problems while playing on a PC, the first thing you should do is exit the game completely and restart your computer. It may sound cliche, but simply turning things off and on will solve a lot of problems.
If a restart did not resolve the issue, you should update your audio drivers. Right-click your computer’s speaker icon and select Sounds. Right-click the device you’re using in the Playback tab. Select Properties, Properties again, Change Settings and then Update Driver from the drop-down menu.
Last but not least, make sure your headset is properly set up. To do so, right-click on the speaker icon and select Sounds from the menu that appears. Select the audio device you’re using from the Playback tab. Then select Configure from the drop-down menu. Follow the instructions there to determine if the issue has been resolved. If this isn’t the case, make sure any other headphones connected to your PC are turned off in the Playback area.
If you’re having audio problems on your Xbox, we recommend resetting your system completely. To do so, approach your console and press and hold the power button until it turns off fully. When you turn it back on, you’ll see the entire start-up routine.
If it doesn’t work, go to the General area of your console settings and select Volume and audio output. Make sure Stereo uncompressed is chosen under Speaker Audio.