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Mac too loud

I have a Mac with a new Logitech keyboard which is too loud. I can regulate the sound on the iTunes, but not something online. When I try to use the button on the keyboard to turn the sound down, nothing happens. Is there any way I can turn the volumne down on the Mac itself? My Mac is 10.2.8.

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  • itislynda Sep 23, 2008

    Thanks for your suggestions, but no soft ware came with the keyboard, and the volume controls don't seem to work. Is there anything I can do?

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Did Logitech provide any software with the keyboard? Make sure you have the most recent version of any Mac software for this model of keyboard.

It's possible that 10.2.8 may not have all the right hooks in it to fully support a recent model Logitech keyboard. But my Apple-brand keyboard has volume control buttons on it that have worked since time immemorial, so I'd think 10.2.8 understands the basic concept.

I hope it's just a matter of getting the right software.

What model keyboard and Mac do you have?

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

  • Galen Tackett Sep 24, 2008

    What is the model of your keyboard?

    (I'm not an expert here and can't promise anything, but perhaps I can be of some help.)


  • Galen Tackett Dec 15, 2008

    Did you get the sound working, or is it still not working?

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