Use NirCMD To Change Default Audio Device in Windows on Startup

Use NirCMD to reset your PC's default audio device on startup.

For the last seven months or so, I have been having issues with my main PC resetting its default audio device to my headset when I reboot. I am told that this issue stems from something in the Windows 10 registry being updated when I installed the drivers for a USB headset several months ago. I have been unable to track down the registry entry that is causing this issue, so I decided to write a simple bash script to set my default audio device to my surround sound speakers after my PC starts up. To do this, I used a program called NirCMD to help automate this easier. Join me after the jump for a full video tutorial on how to automate this process on your windows-based PC as well.  [node:read-more:link]