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how do i install volume on xp because i just set up win-xp and don'


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how do i install volume on xp because i just set up win-xp and dont have volume
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Did you install the motherboard and/or sound card drivers?
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If you're referring to having the volume icon on the taskbar, click Start, Control panel and then Sounds and Audio Devices. Check the box to add icon in taskbar.

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it says to add hardware and im using my stero its like puttin the end of a head phone to the computer
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let's see:
(done with the runbox, winkey is keyboard button looking like microsoft's flag)

runbox command
- press buttons on keyboard: winkey + r button
- paste: mmsys.cpl
- press: enter
- click: advanced
- see if your settings are for your configuration.

runbox command
- press buttons on keyboard: winkey + r button
- paste: sndvol32.exe
- press: enter
- check to see if none have turned down or muted

runbox command
- press buttons on keyboard: winkey + r button
- paste: devmgmt.msc
- press: enter
- see if there are yellow blobs on sound devices, means missing drivers.
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