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Cannot adjust volume -- please help!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Gadren, May 26, 2005.

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  1. Gadren

    Gadren Thread Starter

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    I don't know how it happened, but recently, the sound has gotten all screwed up. It seems to be set to an unbearably low volume at maximum. I can hear the asterisk system sound, but the others must be too quiet to hear. I can hear my MP3s and some other sound files, but they are so soft I can't hear them well at all. even when WinAmp is set to 100% volume. Turning the knob on my speakers has no effect at all.

    I can hear sounds online (such as the Crazy Frog movie: http://dd0s.org/~wooolf/crazyfrog/ ), but the volume is rather quiet.

    Using the Volume Control, I find that nothing is muted, and everything is at maximum. I can lower the volume to make it even quieter, but I can't make it louder (since it's at maximum).

    I am currently using NVIDIA nForce drivers (the most recent ones)...in fact, I just installed these new ones, hoping it would fix my problem, to no avail.

    I use WinXP Home, SP1.

    What can I do?
     
  2. Telstar

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    Something to check....

    Go to Contol Panel >Administrative Tools >Services and be sure that the Windows Audio is set to automatic.

    :)
     
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