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sharlpero

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Hello!

I have the following problem.
I usually set all parameters in Volume Control window to maximum. But sometimes I reveal that there is almost not sound on my computer and it's because one of runners goes almost to the lowest position and I have to go to Volume Control again and change its position. It occurs sometimes, not always. Maybe somewhere had the same problem?
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this is usually caused by another program that turns the sound setting down or off and can be tricky to isolate.

I've seen it occor mostly with tv tuners, but sound editing equipment will do it as well.
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I've had older versions of Winamp change my volume levels before.
I've also had poor drivers change my volume to the default levels, you could try updating your sound card drivers.
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Thanks for your reply.
I haven't any tv tuners. And what sound editing equipment do you mean? I haven't also any professional or specific music or sound editing software. As to sounds I have WinAmp and different video players. That is all.
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I've had older versions of Winamp change my volume levels before.
I've also had poor drivers change my volume to the default levels, you could try updating your sound card drivers.

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Thanks, ZEUS_GB, I really know it about Winamp but now it isn't a matter.
As to drivers, I'll really try it.
Thanks
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This happends to me sometimes to! :tazz:
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Look for every media player on your machine. Change the default volume to 100%, the way you like it. Hope it will stay at 100 after you click ok.
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Thanks will do! :tazz:
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No problem, hope it works.
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