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Hp zv5346us audio problem

My sound is alway on mute mode. If I try to pop the volume sound is present but it automatically decreases. If installed all drivers and even changed the internal sound card. Any suggestions on how I could fix this problem?

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Try to look for the sound icon in your task bar. select properties then try to check options then select all settings that are supposedly running in your system uncheck those settings that are set to mute then adjust the volume lever to higher level.ex. Right Click sound icon,-open volume control, When volume controls appear click on the properties,-then select all settings that you might be using then close the volume control panel. then try to run again. if possible it needs restart to take effect the new settings.

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thanks for you problem,
i think i can help u.
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