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Old 08-02-2020, 08:32 AM
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Default Dead battery killing all pc sound

Hi, hopefully I can explain this problem.

I have a pair of Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless headphones and I'd like to use them wirelessly, but there's a problem in that once the battery dies, it kills my Windows sound completely, that is I can't even use my speakers as it seems to break the Realtek HD Audio device and I can't listen to anything, even play a test tone until I reboot. Does anyone know a way of restarting audio devices after a failure? and is this normal?

I tried disabling Realtek HD Audio in device manager and enabling but this doesn't work.

The Battery Status indicator in the Windows taskbar also doesn't seem to be useful or work properly. It just always says charging when plugged in and doesn't show anything else like completed or xx% remaining.
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