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Logicool Boombox Bluetooth Speakers Turn Off When Inactive

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    Logicool Boombox Bluetooth Speakers Turn Off When Inactive


    I am using a Toshiba Portege Ultrabook with Windows 8.1 and have my Logicool Boombox bluetooth speakers paired and connected to the computer. The speakers work and sound comes out.

    However, after a few hours of inactivity, the speakers turn off. The power light goes out. I have no connection when I jump back on my computer.

    So, I have to walk over to my shelf and turn on the speakers, which then connect immediately.

    This isn't the case with my other computers using these same Logicool bluetooth speakers. Once the Logicool bluetooth speakers are connected, I have to physically disconnect them if I want to disconnect them.

    Is there a setting in Windows 8.1 that will stop my Logicool bluetooth speakers from turning off when my computer is inactive for a few hours?

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Sunpower; 13 Oct 2014 at 21:16.

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