Sound issues can be one of the most annoying problems for users. After all, no one wants to have their sound starting to cut out in the middle of a movie or while listening to their favorite song. Problems with the sound on your computer are most often than not caused by faulty audio drivers. The causes for the particular problem are varied significantly, ranging from issues brought on after a major Windows update to the drivers becoming corrupted or the emergence of interference between the audio driver and the drivers for other devices.
Users experiencing the 'Sound Fading Out on Computer' issue should try at least several methods to see which one will address the problem. An effective starting point is to try the Troubleshooter features that are available in Windows. Open Settings and type 'troubleshoot' in the appropriate search field. From the list that appears, select 'Troubleshoot.' It will take you to the different Troubleshooters available. Find and run 'Playing Audio' under the 'Get up and running' section. It also is a good idea to run the 'Hardware and devices' troubleshooter that can be found in the 'Find and fix other problems' section. Now, check if the audio problem has been fixed.
If the 'Sound Fading Out on Computer' issue persists, users may have to reinstall the audio drivers manually. Fortunately, the process is neither complex nor time-consuming. To start, open Device Manager by typing 'device manager' into the search field and clicking on the appropriate result. In the window that appears, find the 'Sound, video and game controllers' category and expand it by clicking on the 'arrow' sign in front of it. Select your audio device, right-click it and from the options that appear, click 'Uninstall.' All that is you should do now is to restart the computer system, which should force Windows to reinstall the audio driver. Hopefully, this should have fixed the 'Sound Fading Out on Computer' issue.