Which Device Did You Plug In Windows 10
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B) Set it to: Default / Multiple Device - You can set the default output device, as well as allow other applications to be able to take exclusive control of the device. Let's give it a try and see if the headphones will work.
B) Set it to: Default / Multiple Device - Make sure the volume and other settings are set up as desired and then click OK. Windows will go through a reboot. Once done, go back to Dell Audio, and click on Line In, Mic in, Headphones and so on and so forth while your headphones/speakers are attached. If everything is working correctly, you will get the box pop-up box when you plug in your headphones.
Hook up you headphones/speakers, and go to Dell Audio in Control Panel and click on Setup, Scan for Hardware Devices. A box will pop-up, that says "Scanning Devices". In this box, click on "OK" to continue.
You will now be going to the Realtek Audio device manager page (if you remember what it looks like) by either search for it in your Control panel or from here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4309299/how-to-configure-audio-settings-in-windows-10
If you want to access the Realtek Audio device manager page, on Lenovo, Toshiba, ASUS, Fujitsu, Acer you will have to do a search on your laptop for "Realtek Audio", and hopefully your Windows 10 Laptop came with Windows Audio installed. If so enter that, and you will see your Realtek Audio device manager page. Please click on the + beside your device so that you can add it to the list. You will see a box come up as seen below.
Click Apply, OK after each setting to lock it in. If you wish to change the Default Device to anything other, let's say "Mic In", just click on it, change it, hit Apply, and OK again. d2c66b5586