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wilderwilli
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B&O Audio Control Panel disappeared from my laptop.

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HP Zbook studio G5
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi there!

 

Since i updated my Hp Zbook Studio G5 yesterday, i was amazed that my Bang & Olufsen Audio Control Panel application has disappeared from my laptop. When i search for it in the search bar I still see the logo from B&O, but as soon as I click on it I get the message that the file was not found.

 

I think this is weird because I have not removed anything from my laptop in the past days ...

I restarted my laptop a few times and hoped that the application would come back but that has not helped 😞 

 

Any help restoring Bang & Olufsen Audio Control Panel application would be greatly appreciated!

 

Wilderwilli

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banhien
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@wilderwilli 

 

I believe it is hidden under HP Audio, please try

 

    BandOb.png

 

Regards.

BH
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wilderwilli
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Thank you so much! The application is back again.

 

Do you also know why my speakers sound louder and quieter without me operating the volume button (When the bass in the music is playing then the music sounds quieter)? B&O audio correction i think, but how do i switch this off? Because it is very annoying. The soundmode Auto is switched off, so its only set on music. But it keeps switching in volume.

 

Wilderwilli

 

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