Toshiba Bluetooth Stack 10.x audio issue

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  1. interestingfellow

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    I have an fzg1 running win7 and Toshiba BT stack 10.x

    It will connect to my car stereo or 2 other BT speakers, no problem.
    If I turn off the BT speaker, or the G1 goes to sleep, the BT connection is obviously disconnected.

    When the speaker turns back on (while the laptop has been awake, or not) or when the G1 is woken up, the BT stack says that it's connected to the audio device, but no sound comes out.

    If I exit the BT stack from the system tray and restart the TosBTmgr, then the connection re-establishes and audio works correctly.

    Is this is known issue, or am I doing something wrong? I was going to write a batch file to exit the BT stack, pause 10 seconds, and then restart it, but don't konw how to exit the BT stack from command line.
     
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    Make a call in your batch file to pskill btstack then run btstack from call command
     
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    Try to uninstall toshiba bt stack :)
     
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    win7 doesn't have a bt stack built in, though.
    What should I use then?
     
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    Hmm. Do you have Intel bluetooth drivers installed?
    Also I'm sure there is the Microsoft bt stack in Win7.
     
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    win7 sp1 has drivers but no stack.
    I though I installed sp3. Maybe not, because it did all the things I needed it to do, or thought I needed it to do.

    I'll have to find another drive and try win7 sp3 to see how it does.
     
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