Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If you are using windows .Try going to your 'control panel'(if you don't know how to get that up just google it) then dbl click on 'sounds and audio devices'
Click on the tab that says audio then click the button that says 'volume' make sure the 'wav' fader is up fully.Hopefully thats solved it. If not your problem still probably lies somewhere in this sounds and audio devices setting dont be afraid to have a play about as you wont break anything
good luck Mr 02
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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