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yesterda i ve repaired a laptop with the sam problem. i hav done all reinstallation of windows and drivers.
but this is very funny when i found that the inbuilt key of laptop volume control was pressed automatically so when i try to decrease volume it increases automatically.
so please check for your touchpad drivers and check that any key is not jammed in laptop/desk top.
Check taskbar volume control and make sure its max. If you have volume buttons make sure they are maxed. Some laptops are a key combo to increase/decrease volume. Make sure whatever program you are running that the volume slider is all the way up. Go into your control panel and double check your volume settings. Go into your device manager and make sure there are no exclamation points in yellow next to any audio devices or codecs.