If I start my computer I can hear sound with my bluetooth headset and I can control the volume/mute the sound. But often, if I reconnect the bluetooth headset without restarting computer, I loose control of the volume. The actual volume coming from the headset is suddenly fixed at one level.
However, I can scroll the volume control up and down, even to 0. But it doesn't affect the actual volume from the headset. How do I stay in control over the volume when I reconnect the device?
- I'm scrolling at the right device, since the audio-device has it's own logo. It also shows the "jumping bar", that represents sound, in the volume control.
- I can reduce the volume for individual apps through the "volume mixer", even mute applications. But not the master volume.
- I can mute inside applications, e.g. mute a youtube video.
- Windows 8 Pro
- Headset: Goji G4BOEBK15
- Bluetooth adapter: Belkin Bluetooth adapter 4.0
Edit: I have an "USB to audiojack"-soundcard for my microphone plugged in. It's completely separated from the headset.