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I use the AUDIO GRAPH command so that I can listen to the music on my speakers that are connected to an audio interface, I did the same on my old computer, they were the same peripherals, but in that notebook it stops playing after a while and if I do not close the spotify in the task manager it crashes my computer totally to freeze it and give BSoD.
Is there any way I can continue to use the audio graph without it crashing and do it right?
Lenovo idealpad 320
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Windows 10 should now have a native way of assigning output audio devices to apps, including Spotify.
Make sure Spotify is open.
Open Settings, go to System - Sound and under Other Sound Options click on that "App volume and device preferences" button.
You'll see various apps and their volume sliders. You'll also see Input and Output devices for each of them. Output is for the speakers/headphones.
Note: if you don't see Spotify there, play something in Spotify to make it appear.
It might be better to disable the audio graph command when trying that out.
Let me know how it goes 🙂