[Guide] [How to fix] No footsteps or shots sound? Come here

Hello everybody, and welcome.

If you're here, you're probably having trouble with the sound in-game: footsteps and weapons. Don't worry. I might have a fix for you, and you have come to the right post! If you recently made changes into the operating system, check out if you have Media Feature Pack add-ons or WMP (Windows Media Player) installed on your PC. It would be nice if you could check the CrossFire soundbar on the Windows sound mixer.

It is known that players who have Windows versions KN and N, they need to install the Media Feature Pack add-on.

Remember: CrossFire sound is based on Windows Media Player. If you don't have those codecs, you won't have sound in-game, of footsteps and weapons.Option #1.

Download Media Feature Pack for N and KN versions of Windows 8, 8.1 or 10. It depends on your version of Windows 10 and x86 or 64 bits. In other words, 1607, 1703, 1709, 1803, 1809, etc.

Download Media Feature Pack for N versions of Windows 8, 8.1 or 10.
Try this first: Click here. If it doesn't work, go below.

Use the appropriate link to install the correct package for your version of Windows: Click here.

Note: *Please install the version corresponding to your PC Operating System. It depends on the version of Windows 10 you have installed, system type x86 or x64 -based processor, and major build number.


Check out: https://support.microsoft.com/en-ph/...ows-n-editions.
Source: https://support.microsoft.com/en-ph/...ows-n-editions

The Media Feature Pack for N versions of Windows 10 is available for download as an Optional Feature. To install the Media Feature Pack, navigate to Settings > Apps > Apps and Features > Optional Features > Add a Feature and find the Media Feature Pack in the list of available Optional Features. Note, you will not be prompted to restart your computer, but you must restart in order to successfully complete installation of the Media Feature Pack.


You need to install the correct version, depending on the specifications of your PC: Version of Windows (Example: Windows 10 2004 and X64-based PC). And there is bad news for you: From now on, Microsoft only allows you to install that until version 1903. Later, it's already through Windows Update.Option #2.

If I could show you a video it would be easy to understand but take a look at this:

Run this command:
control.exe /name Microsoft.Sound

Or select "Sound Control Panel" in Related Settings under the Sound settings.


That's all.Which one worked out best for you? Option 1 or Option 2.
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