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    I am having issues with 10 but am fairly certain since M$ or my laptop manufacturer could not help, I am on my own.

    Since I refuse to F&R I will figure it out.

    Long story short,

    It appears I have a resource issue that I have not had to deal with since '98. If I enable my on board BT transmitter, I lose sound through the headphone jack. Fucking weirdest shit ever.
    "But I got it because I'm an iSheep who needs to have all my stuff have an Apple logo on it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larommi View Post
    I am having issues with 10 but am fairly certain since M$ or my laptop manufacturer could not help, I am on my own.

    Since I refuse to F&R I will figure it out.

    Long story short,

    It appears I have a resource issue that I have not had to deal with since '98. If I enable my on board BT transmitter, I lose sound through the headphone jack. Fucking weirdest shit ever.
    Well, for what it's worth, I've seen a lot of Dell Bluetooth driver packages where the management software that installs with the driver by default basically hoses the Bluetooth connection and causes other system problems, so you might want to try removing the manufacturer's software, and looking at a generic driver. Just a thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slgrieb View Post
    Yeah, but I noticed you didn't disagree with assessment of the state of tech support forums.
    I totally agree with you. I used to help on a few, but not anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slgrieb View Post
    Well, for what it's worth, I've seen a lot of Dell Bluetooth driver packages where the management software that installs with the driver by default basically hoses the Bluetooth connection and causes other system problems, so you might want to try removing the manufacturer's software, and looking at a generic driver. Just a thought.
    Been down that road. Thanks though.
    "But I got it because I'm an iSheep who needs to have all my stuff have an Apple logo on it."

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    Ever tried running a Bluetooth dongle and disabling the onboard Bluetooth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by slgrieb View Post
    Ever tried running a Bluetooth dongle and disabling the onboard Bluetooth?
    I don't need or use the BT on my laptop so disabling it was a viable option. The only problem is Windblows "fixes" it for me whenever there is an update.
    "But I got it because I'm an iSheep who needs to have all my stuff have an Apple logo on it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larommi View Post
    I don't need or use the BT on my laptop so disabling it was a viable option. The only problem is Windblows "fixes" it for me whenever there is an update.
    Last time I looked you could always decline an update and hide it.
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    I typically do, but then I am not learning anything.
    "But I got it because I'm an iSheep who needs to have all my stuff have an Apple logo on it."

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    Open up the laptop and remove the bluetooth

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    no.
    "But I got it because I'm an iSheep who needs to have all my stuff have an Apple logo on it."

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