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So every time I go to bed I put my PC in hibernation to not keep me awake. Recently realised this was derpalogical as I could have been using stand-by instead.

However it turns out the bt stack/antenna can't find my headphones when I try and resync, after waking up out of sleep. Even if I delete the connection and set it up all over again it won't find the headphones, only rebooting the pc will fix the problem. Hibernation doesn't have this issue.


I'm not sure where the problem lies, but here's what I'm using:
bluetooth stack for windows by toshiba, v 5.10.02 (supplied with the transmitter, it seems like all bluetooth stacks have heavy-handed drm? Why?)
Advent class 1 dongle
Some cheap-ass bluetooth headphones

Anyone know a work-around to this issue?
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