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With volume all the way up sound still doesnt go any higher?

The speakers work fine but with the volume at max all you hear is a whisper of noise? is there a wiring diagram i could have to see about the connection of the audio to the motherboard?

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  • james cargoff Jul 01, 2009

    yes i have

  • james cargoff Jul 01, 2009

    tried that to still have a problem

  • james cargoff Jul 01, 2009

    tried that to still have a problem

  • bassass May 11, 2010

    have you tried going to the little speaker next to your clock and turning it up there?

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Did you check the settings on the computer. click start,control panel,sounds and audio devices. make shure Your sound is turned up there.

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