I have lost most of the volume on my Acer Aspire One Linus Linux
I have tried 3 ways of getting the volume back up 1) used the blue function key with arrows 2) turned media player volume up to full 3) turned icon volume in tool bar up to 100 percent. Is there another master volume as all three are full peak but still is not as loud as before...?
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1. Power on the computer
2. At the white ACER BIOS screen, hold the Alt key and press the F10 key simultaneously to start Acer eRecovery.
3. Once eRecovery has loaded, click Restore to Factory Default Settings
4. Click OK to continue
5. From here, the eRecovery process will update all the data on the C: drive and restore a fully functional factory image (approximately 10 minutes).
6. Once eRecovery has run, press OK to reboot unit
Note that all data will be lost during this process and your computer will be brought back to it's original factory state and settings.
Are you talking about the colored icons on the function keys such as the wireless, the brightness of the screen and the volume of speakers? If so, you have to Press and Hold the FN Function key at the lower left portion of the keyboard then hit the function key that you want.
Notice that the color of the FN key matches the color of the function you want on the function key. Anytime you see that, you have to Press and Hold the FN key.
Some systems might have the task with a square around it on the function key. In that case you would Press and Hold the key at the lower left portion of the keyboard that has the square on it.
If you want to use the buttons on your keyboard to adjust your volume, just hold the "Fn" button just to the left of the windows key, and then push the "up" arrow or "down" arrow. To be clear, those are just the main arrow keys, up will turn the volume up, and down will turn it down (of course).
The physical volume keys on many laptops are either represented in the function keys (e.g. F1, F2, etc.) or sometimes in the arrow keys (on some Acers).
To use the keys, you need to press the blue [Fn] key (that is usually by the CTRL key) and then press the volume key on the function/arrow key to increase or decrease volume. There should also be a mute key that can be used similarly.