Most of us may have encountered this situation when our computers' audio speakers are not working properly. For example, you may hear all sounds in mono and the left speaker or speaker may not work properly. This can be frustrating, especially if you're playing an important video file, making a Skype call, watching a movie, or wearing headphones.
In fact, the stereo sound check also reproduces the sound in mono mode. Many users have reported trying to update the audio driver, reboot, or run the troubleshooter, but in the mood. Fortunately, however, this problem can be fixed quite easily. Let's see how.
Solution: via the audio settings
Step 1: Right-click on the file speaker icon in the lower right corner of the file Application bar. Click on Open the audio settings in the context menu.
Step 2: A settings window, on the right side of the panel, scroll down and under Related settingsclick your Accessibility audio settings.
Step 3: In the next window, on the right side of the panel, scroll down slightly and turn off the slider under the Turn on mono audio section.
* Note - You can also go to Turn on mono audio settings directly - here's how.
Click on Home at your desk, type infectious mononucleosis in the search field and double-click the result - Turn mono sound on or off. It will take you directly to the same configuration page shown in the file 3 pass over it.
That's all. Now you can test the stereo sound and your audio speaker should work on both sides.