Headphone stops working when restart the computer

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  1. Posts : 56
    Windows 10 Pro 22H2
       #1

    Headphone stops working when restart the computer


    I always listen to the audio from my pc through the phone, but when I restart the computer, the audio is cut off and to get it working again, I need to open the realtek hd audio manager. Is there any way to solve this problem? I would like to have the audio always present when restarting the computer so I don't have to always open the realtek hd audio manager to configure it.
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  2. Posts : 282
    Windows 10 Pro
       #2

    From a phone?
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  3. Posts : 56
    Windows 10 Pro 22H2
    Thread Starter
       #3

    F22 Simpilot said:
    From a phone?
    No, from a Headphone, but in the post I left the term "phone"
    Thanks for the touch. it's Headphone, really!
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  4. Posts : 17,049
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #4

    I suggest your first step should be to reinstall your audio driver.
    Try RealTek first and Windows update if necessary.


    Best of luck,
    Denis
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  5. Posts : 14
    Windows 10 and 7
       #5

    Do you unplug the jack or put another way replug after you restart? Assuming your headphones are wired
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  6. Posts : 2,762
    Windows 10
       #6

    It is just the Audio service not starting. The quickest way is to use the volume control. Click on the Speaker Icon bottom right and adjust the volume. That will restart the Audio service.

    A longer way is Task Manager > Services Tab > find "Audiosrv" > Right click > Restart.

    It helps to minimise Icons in that bottom right taskbar area.
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  7. Posts : 7,040
    22H2 64 Bit Pro
       #7

    Try selecting HD Audio Device instead of Realtek.

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  8. Posts : 56
    Windows 10 Pro 22H2
    Thread Starter
       #8

    Try3 said:
    I suggest your first step should be to reinstall your audio driver.
    Try RealTek first and Windows update if necessary.


    Best of luck,
    Denis
    Hello, system is fully updated, correct audio driver and RealTek Audio Manager installed. Thanks for the support.

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    Helmut said:
    It is just the Audio service not starting. The quickest way is to use the volume control. Click on the Speaker Icon bottom right and adjust the volume. That will restart the Audio service.

    A longer way is Task Manager > Services Tab > find "Audiosrv" > Right click > Restart.

    It helps to minimise Icons in that bottom right taskbar area.
    Hello, Thanks for the quality support. Your tips are valuable.

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    Callender said:
    Try selecting HD Audio Device instead of Realtek.

    :afirmativo:
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  9. Posts : 282
    Windows 10 Pro
       #9

    I can make you a batch file that fires off the service on computer start if you want. It doesn't solve the problem per say though as there may be a more underlying issue here, and without sitting in front of your computer I don't know what that is.

    I can tell you this happens to me with a service for a program I run that uses a caller-ID capable dial-up modem connected to my landline phone at home. I have to restart that program's service every time I restart the computer despite the service being set to on and automatic start.

    If you want this batch file and want to know how to fire it of on PC restart let me know. I first need the name of the service.

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  10. Posts : 282
    Windows 10 Pro
       #10

    Actually, I may have a solution. Go in and uninstall any "fluff" audio Realtek related program except the driver its self. So it may be the Realtek HD audio manager. That manager may have crap that's causing the issue. You just want the driver and nothing more.

    Alternatively, You can uninstall the whole lot of audio stuff, reboot the computer and when you install the audio driver again, and IF the software allows you to install JUST the driver and not all the fluff then do so. If not I might be able to help with getting just the driver extracted from the audio installer package. Then you just direct Device Manger to install the driver manually.

    A way better "audio panel" that I recently just discovered in helping another poster is called Audio Switcher. I'm using it now under Windows 10 LTSC and it works great so far. Releases . xenolightning/AudioSwitcher_v1 . GitHub

    He takes donations so I may throw some money his way for such a terrific App. I do this from time to time for open source stuff and whatnot that's worthy of my coin.
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