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Re: VERY LOW VOLUME LEVEL ON SPEAKERS
Hi, If you go to Control Panel > Sound, then click on the speakers and click Properties, there should be an enhancements tab, where there will be a box that you can tick for Loudness Equalization. Then click Apply. If you play a song or a video while you do this, you'll really notice the difference it makes. I tend to enable Virtual Surround too, just for the cool effects during some movies..
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Yes - Win7 - If you speaker icon is missing go to Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Manage Audio Device > Sound. In Playback Check levels and configure speaker setup, like 2.1 or 5.1. You should also check speaker connections for left speaker.
1)Make sure volume is at maximum level. check down right hand side of your desktop.
2)Make sure speakers(headphones) volume is at maximum.
3) If problem continues check your speaker( connect it to other pc), and headphone as well.
4) If problem continues try reinstalling audio driver.
1. Do you have an external volume control on the side? If so adjust it.
2. Do you have a speaker symbol in your lower right hand toolbar? If so, right click on it, go to open volume control, and adjust the slides.
3. No speaker in the toolbar? Left click START, choose CONTROL PANEL, find the ikon that says SOUND AND AUDIO DEVICES, double left click it and adjust the volume.
If you have turned it all the way up on the manual setting then try and go to your control panel and go to speakers, then change your setting to laptop speaker and then ensure the volume is turned on and all the way to 100. If it is still too low then an aftermarket speaker may be in order.
I have had that laptop once and had the same problem. I knew that it was the maximum volume of the speaker so I purchased external USB speakers to connect to the computer and the sound was clear and loud enough to hear anything played on the computer.