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Old 06-14-2005, 03:10 PM   #1
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just yesterday i noticed that my volume was stuck at the minimum (meaning i get no sound) i went to the volume control and the "volume control" bar was at the lowest. i tried moving the bar up but the bar just kept going back down. i was wondering if this was a virus of spy ware of some sort....can anyone help? *also on my screen their is "volume" written on it in green letters which wont go away[IMG]http://[/IMG]

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Default Re: help with my 2004 windows XP laptop and volume control

Hmm, that volume showing on your monitor could be the monitors own sound display showing on the digital interface most monitors now have. Try to find a button on the monitor which will close it off. One should.

As for the bvolume, it is possible the moniutor one could have been interferring but probably not.

Open the Volume Control, by right clicking the icon and going to Open Volume Controller.

Try changing it here in the master, and also drag the other ones up too

I hope this works and helps.

If all else fails, you can always try installing the sound drivers again!
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