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Audio on laptop is dying day-to-day

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Im not sure what is going on with the audio on my laptop...

4 - 5 days ago the audio was fine. Now, it seems, by the hour, the audio is slowly dying. I have checked to make sure all programs have the audio turned up. Drivers and codecs are all up to date. External audio tab is working fine and volume is turned up to max. Now im stuck! Even with the volume all the way up on my computer, it sounds as if the volume is barely turned up. Its starting to really bug me out. Could anybody help me troubleshoot? Im not using external speakers... only using what sound my laptop produces on its own (internal speakers?)

...also, when I try to access the advanced audio controls is gives me a system error that reads "C:\windows\system32\sndvol32.exe" does not exist.

Im on a Dell Inspiron 600m, approx. 5 years old; Windows XP; Sigma TelAudio (default hardware)

Edited by TeeJay007, 05 March 2009 - 12:14 PM.

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