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Muting master volume doesn't mute all?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by zenubio, Feb 25, 2004.

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  1. zenubio

    zenubio Thread Starter

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    I've got a cordless logitech iTouch keyboard. When I hit the button button on the keyboard, it mutes the "master volume". However WAV volume seems to overwrite the master volume. Meaning if I have an mp3 playing you can still hear it even though master volume is mute.

    Strange I know, but it's true.

    Sound card is onboard: Intel 82801BA/BAM AC' 97

    I've got latest drivers from Logitech, but problem still occurs with different keyboard.
     
  2. croquesaveur

    croquesaveur

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    Hi:

    I have the same problem. WAV volume level is used instead of master volume. It does not matter if I use my laptops volume buttons or adjust the volume with the volume control in the Control Panel.

    My sound is processed using an ALi Audio Accelerator.

    If anyone can help with this it'd be super.

    Croque.
     
  3. zenubio

    zenubio Thread Starter

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    The problem for me was that my sound card was using default windows drivers so it didn't show up as an unknown device in device manager. When I installed the driver that was designed for my sound card the problem went away.
     
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