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The speaker volume is barely audible, even with the sound turned all the way up

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Sorry to bug you, folks - I was able to solve this problem really easily, by rebooting the whole system (I'm on a SunRay Thin Client, not a PC).
Best regards, A.

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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