Audio output device problem

  1.    #1

    Audio output device problem


    I have my audio output device on my HP laptop set to a Bluetooth wireless device. Every time I boot from shutdown or on restart the computer, the output resets to the computer's audio device. I have to reset it in Bluetooth and other device settings. How can I stop this? Is there a default setting somewhere?
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  2. pepanee's Avatar
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       #2

    Try this:

    Go to Sounds. Under the Playback tab, right click on your Bluetooth device and press: Set as Default Device

    Restart the computer, and go back here to check to see if it is now your default device or not.

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  3.    #3

    Nope, doesn't work. Can't set the wireless speakers to default. Only computer devices can be set as default, not the wireless speakers.
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  4. pepanee's Avatar
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       #4

    You can try Disabling all the entries here (except for your Bluetooth device, if it is shown there). Try the restart again. If that didn't work, re-enable them again.
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  5. pepanee's Avatar
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    If the above didn't work, go here:

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    Do you see the Bluetooth device here? Right click on it and see if there's a Set as Default device here. If not, double click it and see if you can find some settings to make it a default device.
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  6.    #6

    None of the above works. There is no option to set the wireless speakers as default. Maybe you can't set wireless speakers as default after all. So I'm back to where I was: boot, go into Bluetooth and devices, delete the wireless speakers and find them again.
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  7. pepanee's Avatar
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       #7

    Yea, I'm not sure if you tried that already:

    Uninstall the Wireless Speakers and reinstall them again. Other than that, I don't know what else to do. Maybe somebody else can help pitch in. Hope you get this resolved.
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