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I just purchased a computer with a Realtek HD Audio Card.
I finally got the Bose Companion 3 speakers to work with it, but it's not working properly.
While ALL volume levels are at maximum (Windows, Winamp), I can hear the music as if the volume was low.
On ''Sound'' (through control panel) I have the ''Speakers Realtek High Definition Audio'' enabled (and default). The only other two options are: Digital Output Device (HDMI) and Realtek HDMI Output. Both are disabled.
I don't think this is relevant but my monitor is connected to my video card using a DVI port.
Any help would be appreciated.
I think your spund drivers are not updated as per your requirement and they are not working properly....
secondally it might b a problem in your volume controler or audio pin
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