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  1. I'll give it a shot tonight to see if that helps. As far as the video you linked, I am not experiencing that. What I am seeing is that when the headphone is connected via bluetooth, it doesn't show up in the Sound setting. Likewise, when I go into device manager, I see the device listed under Bluetooth, but not under Audio Inputs and Outputs. **disclaimer, I grabbed these images off of Google since I am writing this on my work computer. These are just to show which screens I am getting my information from.
  2. Razer blade stealth is a laptop with the bluetooth adapter built-in. I've heard some shady things about Driver Booster...have you used it without any issues?
  3. Yes, they do. I have tried the headphones with 2 other devices (Android phone and Win10 laptop). I have also been trying other bluetooth headphones with the same computer and am having the same issue with ALL bluetooth headphones.
  4. I recently had my "big" summer update for windows 10. My bluetooth headphones (Mpow) worked perfectly fine before the update and immediately after. After about a month, my bluetooth headphones stopped working correctly. I disconnected them and then re-added them, but this time, it only says "connected" but not connected with audio. Also, when I look into my device manager, it only shows up under bluetooth devices and not under sound devices. I have updated all of my drivers correctly, and even tried rolling back to ones that should have worked. Lastly, I tried to doing a clean wipe but still no luck. Has anyone encountered this before or have any suggestions on what I can do? Thanks.
  5. I saw this or something similar to this at CES 2015...absolutely gorgeous color! I would love to own this as my first project
  6. Because it's a work computer, I don't think i can just leave it running. It's a laptop I take home with me every night. Won't it need an internet connection for your suggestion to work?
  7. So i stopped the windows update service and it seems to have done the trick temporarily. However, when I restart the computer, the issue comes back again until i manually stop it. I spoke with my IT and they said that windows update has to be set to automatic because that's how they rollout company updates as well, so now I'm in a pickle. I also noticed that when I run windows update, it doesn't actually show me anything other than "Checking for updates". It doesn't seem to finish checking nor does it show me any updates it's found. Any recommendations?
  8. I've been having an issue over the past few weeks with my work laptop (dell latitude e7240). One of the svchost.exe processes is using too much CPU, which is causing the computer to heat up and quickly drain the battery when off charge. I've attached a jpeg of what the memory usage and CPU load is for this process ("Processes.jpg"). I right-clicked on it to see which services were associated with it (see attachment "Services.jpg"). I've tried ending the process, changing the priority, stopping each service one by one, and nothing seems to fix the issue. My IT is stuck as well. Does anyone know what could be causing the issue? I'd appreciate any help that can be provided. Btw, I'm running Win32 (i know it's crap, but my I have to), Core i7-4600 @ 2.1 GHz, 8 GB memory (obv only 3.42 GB usable).
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