Hi all, I have an aspire one laptop.
When I turn my sound volume to the max (Fn key's + volume on xp) its still a bit too low for me to enjoy.
Is there any way to increase the maximum volume?
Thank you all in advance!
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Re: sound volume to low
If you double click on the speaker icon in the lower right hand, it should bring up the mixer volume menu. Make sure none of the 'mute' buttons are selected. Also check the sliders to full volume or whatever is confortable for you. Good Luck.
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I have an aspire acer 4741 series laptop. I always turn my sound volume to the max (Fn key's + arrow UP).
But if you encounter too low sound, you double click on the speaker icon in the lower right hand, it should bring up the mixer volume menu. Make sure none of the 'mute' buttons are selected. Also check the sliders to full volume or whatever is confortable for you.
Select "Download" (if you don't see a "Download" button due to being in another language, select the last item from the main menu and select "English)
Find your laptop model using the wizard
Select your operating system (to determine whether if it's a 32bit/64bit, go to your start menu > right click on "Computer" for Windows Vista/7 or "My computer" for Windows XP and look for a text which says "XX bit operating system)
Go to the "ATK" tree
Download the "ATK Hotkey Utility" thingy and install it.
hi, guys, you are controlling the windows settings for the sound card, thats ok, but u need to chech if the DVD sound settings are set to surround 5.1 channel, now where the settings are will depend on what player u are using. let me know guys??