After 25minutes my windows power plan turns off my Display ( an HDMI - TCL TV )
As soon as this happens , i’ve got no sound at all until i restart FxSound.
i’ve sorta fixed it with this hackjob script ( lol )
Set Keys = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Dim oShell : Set oShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
oShell.Run "taskkill /IM FxSound.exe /F"
WshShell.Run """C:\Users\Yanz\Desktop\FxSound.exe - Shortcut.lnk"""
oShell.SendKeys "% n"
… very much less than optimal
Is there anything i should try … any log i can send in ?
VIDEO of after waking up the screen after timeout.
( after reviewing the footage i realise … we cant see me clicking on my vbs script , but that it whats happeing , and the script is listed above)
I have the same problem. FxSound works great in solving my original problem of very low sound volume. However, each time my computer shuts down, wakes up or restarts, I have no sound. I don’t know how to set the default output device. I can easily restore the correct output device, but it seems like there ought to be a way to keep the selected device until it is changed. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
If your output device is HDMI for example and after sleep/wakeup another audio device is detected before the HDMI speaker, then the output switches to the other device.
From FxSound Settings->General, uncheck the option
This will make output switch based on user preference and across sleep/wakeup cycles the user selected output will remain unchanged.
Hi thanks for your answer, unfortunately the audiio playback device remains empty in FxSound or show the usual playback device but doesnt play through…
Thats until i reset FxSound or run a Sound Diagnostic un Windows… Which probably reset the driver aswell anyway.
The option was tested both checked and unchecked with the same result… I have straight up disabled all other audio card and devices to make it simpler lol but to no avail
HDMI display output confirmation is invalid, please correct it