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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by vaikepois, Mar 31, 2010.

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  1. vaikepois

    vaikepois Thread Starter

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    well... i know i have to do something with equalizer but i have no idea how i set it up...
    Anyways my sound effects are too loud and talking is much quiet.... i wanna make them more balanced somehow so sound effects arent extreme louder than talking...

    someone please help me fixing this..
     
  2. TekTime

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    Are you using the onboard (built into the mobo) audio card?
     
  3. vaikepois

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    no idea..
    also i add.. i mean this isnt sound problem only thing is i dont know good settings for equalizer... i wanna balance talking and sound effects.. but i have sound effects louder than talking
     
  4. frankjohn

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    Have you tried sound effect manager in control panel
     
  5. vaikepois

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    Realtek HD sound effect manager
     
  6. vaikepois

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    but its disabled.... my windows equalizer settings i think are bad....windows audio settings i mean (Master Volume,Wave,SW Synth,Front,Rear,Subwoofer,Center,CD Volume,Line Volume,Mic VOlume,PC Beep)
     
  7. Triple6

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    Re-opening thread per request.
     
  8. vaikepois

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    Thanx :p


    so as again for a little infoo
    When watching movies in pc for some resaon effects are much louder than talking.....
     
  9. vaikepois

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    oi im serious -.-
     
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  11. vaikepois

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    how to uninstall it?
     
  12. TekTime

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    Software:

    Start>

    Control Panel>

    Add/Remove programs>

    Search for any software associated with your sound card (if any) and uninstall it.
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    Hardware


    Right click "My Computer"

    Choose "Properties"

    In System Properties, click "Hardware" tab

    In hardware, click "Device Manager"

    Find your driver (sound card), right click and then choose "Uninstall (or remove)"

    When done, restart your computer
     
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