Dolby Atmos not working on Windows 11 is really a common plus complicated problem. Now, it is obvious that anyone who gets trapped in this problem, keep on searching for the best  tips and tricks to fix Dolby Atmos not working on Windows 11. We can go through this blog as it will help us to fix the issue in a blink.

There must be a reason and here it is that could be outdated or corrupt drivers or misconfigured settings or OS issues. But check the quickest and fastest way to fix it.

We must run the build-in Audio Trouble-shooter

v  Press Windows +I

v  Move to settings app

v  Click on Troubleshoot on the right in the system tab

v  Then click on trouble-shooter

v  Locate and then click on the Run button just next to playing audio troubleshooter

v  Then detect the issue and fix it

We must update the Windows 11

v  Press Windows+I to launch the settings app

v  Then, select Windows Update Tab from the navigation pane

v  Now, click on check for updates to scan that are available for newer versions of the OS

v  Then, download and now we can install them in our system

Update the Sound Driver

v  You should press Windows +S to launch the search menu

v  You must enter device manager in the text field

v  Just click on the important outcome and then seek and double-click on the sound, vide and game controllers

v  Then, right click on the devices which is in the list

v  Now, you should select the update driver from the context menu

v  Then, search automatically for a driver from the two options in the update drivers window

One should reinstall the sound driver

v  Right click on the start icon or press Windows +X to launch the Quick Access Power user menu

v  Select the device manager from the list of options

v  Click on the carat icon before the sound, video and game controllers entry to expand the view devices

v  Look for warning icon just like an exclamation mark in a yellow triangle just next to any of the devices and then right click on it

v  Then, choose to uninstall the device from the context menu

v  Tick the checkbox for attempt to remove the driver for this device and then click on uninstall

v  You should restart the computer

You must Roll Back Driver Update

v  Press Windows + R to launch the run command

v  Type Devmgmt.msc in the text field

v  Click on ok or hit the enter to launch the device manager

v  Double Click on the sound, video, and game controller entry

v  Right click on the every device listed here and then select properties from the context menu

v  You must navigate to the driver tab, and then click on Rollback driver button

v  Uninstall the update and then click on the Yes button

Follow the steps to fix Dolby Atmos not working on Windows 11. You can also reset the Dolby access app, and so you can fix it. Just going through the steps will ultimately help you to fix the entire problem instantly.