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DTS Audio Control Panel - Please help me remove this!

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ProBook 450 G2
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The DTS Audio Control Panel will not let me consistently use headphones. When I plug them in, there is no audio until I open the ACP, go to the Advanced tab, and Enable and then Disable the "Enable Multi-Playback Streaming" option. If I pause audio playback for more than a few minutes, I have to repeat this process. Sometimes this process won't work at all and I can't use headphones until I restart the computer. I don't care about software EQs and enhancements. I would love to not have to use this program at all and just use the built-in Windows audio controls, but I can't find any instructions about how to remove or disable this app. This is extremely frustrating as I'm using this computer for school, and when I pause lecture videos to write something down, my headphones will stop working until I go back into the ACP or restart the computer.

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Go to task manager, start, disable the Audio Realtek entry.

Restart the computer.

It should work.

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Hi there, here are the steps to permanatley delete the DTS HD Audio Manager from any Windows PC!

 

 

Go to "Task Manager" (Ctrl + Alt + Del), next click "More Details", 

 

 

 

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Then click "Startup" then look for "Realtek HD Audio Manager"

 

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Right click, then select "Disable" 

 

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Next, right click again and select "Open File Location" and delete the file to permanatley get rid of the software. I hope this helps!

 

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In task manager goto status disable the Rel-tk

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