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You do not mention the type of Motorola radio so this answer will be general. You may have a problem with your volume potentiometer, Receive (Rx) sensitivity, or a speaker problem.
The volume pot on a 2-way radio is a common failure item, and will after repeated use possibly fail, or get dead spots. Try backing off your volume to 75% and see if it is louder at this setting. If so, you have a bad volume pot.
Rx sensitivity can be caused by various internal problems with the radio,and some models are more prone to this than others. Operating your radio at full volume most of the time can bring this issue to the forefront. (Tip: Try running your radios at 80-90% volume vs. full volume to alleviate this problem.) If this is your issue, your effected radios are in need of repair. Most repair facilities (including ours) can correct Rx sensitivity in most models during a repair.
Speaker problems: If you work in an environment where dirt, debris or metal shavings can get inside the speaker, your speaker may fail over time. Or if you run your radio at full volume the majority of the time it can cause your speaker to fail.
Assuming your truck has cruise control, this has been a common thing with these vehicles. The radio's volume is designed to increase if the vehicle's Body Control Module sensed that:
-you rolled a window down
Ford's recommended repair is to reprogram the BCM. Runs about $90-120 at most dealers.
ok your volume control has bit/dust in it you need to strip it down as best you can and spray wd-40 into the control this will release all the grit in the control knob (trim pot) and should work fine then..
I dont think it should be working like that, although you could read some forums about that type of laptop and see other people experiences. Try to clear sensors from dust just a bit, to fast a motion. Also do you use any drivers for that software under xp? there should be drivers for that hardware.
The issue of touc screen freezing in he M880 is mostly due to fault in the contact. The screen contact is just below the volumen control buttons on the right. I inserted a fingre nain where the volume control is and pulled up the screena wee bit. near the volume up botton, I then inserted the tip of a tooth pick. It worked and the touch sensitivity is just as new :)
This problem has something to do with electrical grounding. I found a solution from cagamba of Brazil deeper in this site. With one hand, touch the audio outlet at the back of the computer and with the other the JBL volume touch control. It has worked for me.