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Volume My Volume is not working. I can see the icon on notifications but the volume is constant at 20 I think and the volume won't change at all even if I am changing the volume. I can only control the volume if I go on windows media player or you tube and adjust the volume on them but not the volume on notifications. I don't know what to do. Have I broke the volume or something? Please help me.

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Right click the volume icon then click open volume mixer then check if anything is muted then unmute it

Posted on May 05, 2013

Testimonial: "Sorry to let you know but I've already done that. I can control the volume on youtube or windows media player volume control or when I am on my earphone then this is the only time I can adjust the actual volume on notifications bar but when I take it out then the volume won't change again. "

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    Right click the volume icon then click open volume mixer then check if anything is muted then unmute it

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@georgia_9

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This method requires you to have your Windows XP installation CD.

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