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Noise suppression/Acoustic Echo Cancellation keep on turning back on even after turning off Allow application to take exclusive control of the device

General K3nobi
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Basically title, everytime my mic is in use the settings turn itself back on

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As you can see here the settings is off, but the settings in the Enhancement tab manage to just turn itself back on

 

At this point I think it's better if there is a script of some sort out there that can make sure that these settings are turn off

 

Edit:

Laptop: X450CC

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The noise suppression and whatever else are a driver feature.

So it could be a Realtek (in your case, from what I can see in the screenshot) driver issue that doesn't save the state, or you have a software that turns it on.

 

The option "Allow application to take exclusive control of this device" doesn't mean it can or not change settings. It means that you allow a software (such as a game) to be the only audio source provider (or receiver if it is a mic) to have access to the audio interface. It is a way for applications/games to reduce audio latency.

 

For full and more accurate details:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/coreaudio/exclusive-mode-streams

 

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19 hours ago, GoodBytes said:

The noise suppression and whatever else are a driver feature.

So it could be a Realtek (in your case, from what I can see in the screenshot) driver issue that doesn't save the state, or you have a software that turns it on.

So it could either be driver error or a hidden settings that is causing this?

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