Speaker Output Changes to FX on wakeup with no sound

When my computer wakes up from sleep, my audio device’s speakers is set for the FX program, but I have no sound. I need to choose my speakers over the “FXSOUND” setting every time I wake back up to hear my sound again. Is this a bug that can be addressed or fixed?

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Same issue here :slight_smile: Not everytime waking from sleep but often…

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Same issue. I had to turn off Fxsound completely as it was driving me crazy. Hopefully they fix it soon.

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I am having the same issue. I have to go in and change the sound output to my computer speakers from FXsound in order to hear anything

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Sorry I’ll have my lead developer take a look at this soon. Would any of you guys be open to helping us do some bug testing on this if needed?

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Absolutely. Let me know how I can help.

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Would be willing to help for sure.

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The same problem. The sound type automatically changes from ‘loudspeaker’ to ‘sound card’ after work pauses. Most recently, the automatic change even happened during the playback of a music track.
Is there a solution in the meantime?

@andyk, @Ben, @keg0bass, @Raz, @Heinrich_XI:
Regret to inform you all that there is as yet no known immediate solution for this issue.
Try uninstalling FxSound with specialized full uninstaller software (like IObit Uninstaller Free or BCUninstaller), and then reinstalling.
This appears to be one of the few things that helps to remedy some of the ailments FxSound is afflicted with.

Also, one user came up with a workaround:

Vijay gave this advice:

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Thanks to all of you.

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Here a cross was the solution!

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I don’t suppose it’s possible to remove all output options except the one I always use- my speakers? The constant losing of the output connection is a real pain these days

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It is possible to deactivate sound devices you are not using in the Windows Sound control panel, but not in FxSound itself.