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Installed bluetooth to pc wierd speaker problem when going from tv to headphones


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#1 Icecream_man

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Posted 29 December 2016 - 01:26 PM

I bought a bluetooth dongle off ebay and was using bluesoleil software to get it to work.  It works but kind of a pain.  It did two weird things one is with the audio.  I uninstalled bluesoleil and tried to do a system restore but couldn't do so.

 

Anyway, my computer is connected to my hdtv.  If I want to use headphones instead, I put the tv on mute and just plug in the headpones.

 

Now, I can't do that anymore?  If I want the audio from either the tv or headphones, I have to go to profile and sound and select the default device.  How can I change the settings back to the way it was before?  Where it's automatic and I don't have to select the default device each time?

 

What's also changed is that I have two seperate volume icons down by the clock.  Usually, it's just the white one that says volume.  The second volume icon one is orange which wasn't there before, it usually disappears after I confirm I put a headphone jack to thte pc.  It's the realtek HD Audio Manager.  How do I make it go away?

 

Thanks.    



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