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There are many topics about how to fix the no sound issue in Skyrim and Skyrim SE on Windows 10 however these don't really seem to actually answer the question just give hope :D 

 

If you're having this problem then this is what's effected: 

âNo player voice 
No weapon sound effect
âNo music 
âNo Shout voices

etc.... 

 

 

 

âThere was one ingenious guy who actually solved the problem by creating a syslink or a system link to files that are on an external hard drive that he connected through usb-c... I tried this advice or just plan ran the game from my external hard drive  and it worked.  The music was back in game and so were player voices and weapon sound effects.

 

However this proved to be very slow and with like nearly 200 mods on my system that included bruma + vigilant+ npc enhancements + my own mods I created it was becoming a bit aggravating having ... this... constant... stutter ....

 

âThe two suggestions while they work are very time consuming so what I did was create a virtual drive and move both steam and skyim's (Which are in the same folder) to this virtual drive and I'm happy to say everything works. 

      Fix:

1. Open Computer management and click storage 

2.click on disk management 

â3. go to actions ---> Click on create new VHD (virtual hard drive) 

â4.When this menu appears choose a location for your VHD and then approx size (I said 65GB)  click VHDX (supports lots of space)  then Dynamic Scaling (grows in size as needed) 
â5.Look on back at the screen click which ever new disk has been created disk 0 is your primary drive disk 1 is new. Right click over the name "Disk 1" click initialize disk choose MBR for master boot record (this is what skyrim is looking for.
6. Move your Skyrim and Steam install to that newly created drive.
â***Your saves will still be located in your documents and will be read by Skyrim as well any other skyrim stuff there. 
7.Play :) 

 


 

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For some reason my spaces are turning into weird charters idk why... 

 

 


Edited by VValentour, 16 October 2018 - 11:08 PM.


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You can also put only the sounds files in the VHD and create a symbolic link as I talked about here: https://forums.macru...3#post-26373786



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For anyone who's still having issues, I added detailed instructions on how to solve this problem using the method of moving Skyrim's sound file to a virtual hard disk:

 

https://forums.macru...4#post-27011251



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Love you man. Thanks



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I tried several ways to fix this and the sound still didn't work.  Then I came across a page telling me to uninstall and re-install Directx.  After I did that it all worked fine.



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I had this problem, And fixed it!

 

I tried uninstalling  mods, singly and alltogether, several restarts, reinstalling the DirectX,

But what fixed it for me was going into audio settings and setting my speakers to default quality settings.

Also, I was running audio out of the TV I have for a monitor. I switched to some speakers I had lying around. That may have been part of it.







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