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No sound from onboard speakers when blutooth headset is disabled

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There is a VERY annoying problem with firefox... I'm using the latest version, and whenever I'd had enough of listening to mu bluetooth headphones and want to go back to the onboard speakers on my laptop the sound stops..... and the only option is a restart to get the sound back, this isn't a problem with my laptop or bluetooth or the headset, since internet explorer resumes the audio fine.

There is a VERY annoying problem with firefox... I'm using the latest version, and whenever I'd had enough of listening to mu bluetooth headphones and want to go back to the onboard speakers on my laptop the sound stops..... and the only option is a restart to get the sound back, this isn't a problem with my laptop or bluetooth or the headset, since internet explorer resumes the audio fine.

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First see if the picture helps.

If not try WinKey then in search type "sound"

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You can work around this problem by either:

a) closing the largest (memory-wise) "plugin-container.exe" process in the Task Manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC) and then reload only the page in question.

...or:

b) starting and stopping private browsing mode (Tools->Start/Stop Private Browsing), which will reload all pages but with preserved session and form data (unlike ordinary program restart).


Either of the two above methods will force FF to update the audio device handle. This is, btw, an old FF-specific issue that occurs when switching between Bluetooth and non-Bluetooth audio devices. Don't know why it hasn't been addressed yet by any bug-fixes.

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