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when its on volume control its got (default) REG_SZ (value not set)
underneath tht on when i click plus its got
C-Media Wave Device X REG_DWORD data is 0x00000000 (0) and it has Y And the same data and that following
Mono output (default) REG_SZ (value not set)
Linestates RED_BINARY 04 00 00 00 4d 00 6f 00 6e 00 6f 00 20 00 4f 00 75 00 ....


is that all u need to know ?
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We may have to fiddle with this a bit to get it right, but I think we've found the problem area. :whistling:

In the left pane, right click on "Volume Control" and choose "Export". Name this file volumeold and save it to your desktop.

In the right pane, double click on C-Media Wave Device X. In the Value Data field, change the value to 5 and click "Ok". Do the same for the Y entry.

Close all open windows and reboot. Any change?
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i done that when i restarted my computer again the settings went back to (0) and there was no volume icon
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Ok...

Can you post a screenshot of the expanded registry key for me so I can see exactly what you see?
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the numbers have actually changed this time but the speaker icon has gone

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Click on the Volume Control folder below the key that's currently selected and post another screenshot.
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is it this one ?

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That's the microphone...

One more...click on the upper Volume Control folder and post a screenshot.
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hopefully ive finally got the right one lol

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Check something real quick for me. Click Start, then Run, type system32 and click "Ok". In the folder that opens, look for a file named sndvol32.exe. Is it there?
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sndvol32.exe.


ihad that posted in post 27 hope it works
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Yup...you did, but was it determined that is was actually present in the folder? :whistling:
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hiya i do have that sndvol32 in my folder do you know how to fix it now or stil more to do lol
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The downloading the drivers for your device HERE...choose the drivers for your configuration using the selection menus. It appears that nearly all the drivers will work with XP...be careful not to choose the Linux drivers.

Edited by wannabe1, 20 August 2006 - 07:05 PM.

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which ones on that site do i go to ?
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