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Windows 7: Windows 7: No speakers or headphones are plugged in (realtek)

16 Sep 2016   #1

Win 7 64bit
Windows 7: No speakers or headphones are plugged in (realtek)

Here we go I'm have a Alienware Aurora early model running Win7 64 bit home. Have been using a OOntz bluetooth speaker which i would connect through speakers>playback devices> speakers/headphones. This had been working fine for the last 3 years.

Now that had picked up another new oontz i went into devices and printers and add a new device as soon as that tried to install there was a error I I just unistalled it and reinstalled my older oontz at that point I noticed that the speaker / headphone option that I have always used was showing unplugged (no red x or anything)

So now the bluetooth speaker will not play music. But as soon as I turn on the OOntz to pair it synce up right away and I head the ding through the speaker as well as shows that I'm connected properly. If I turn off the PC I even hear the shut down dint through the speaker.

So now I have been in contact w/ Cambridge Audio (OONTZ) and there at a loss for help. I have been searching online and have read hit the F2 and go into bios and make sure audio is enabled and it was.

Dont kno what do do next?

Win7 64 bit home
have reinstalled the correct widcomm and realtek drivers and that did nothing as I said the bluetooth is working as i can access my cell through it as well as see that the OONtz is connected correctly and do hear sounds from it just no music????

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