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Volume it seems as though my volume has an echo can someone help me with this

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Re: volume

Yes,you may need to go to the speaker icon on your taskbar, right click and open volume control, then go to options and click advanced controls, go to mic volume and either turn it down or mute, this will stop the echo.

Posted on Apr 08, 2007

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