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I can hardly hear my cd's now I was ok before

I have tried to improve my sound by turning volume up to 100 but it is still to soft. I have a Toshiba PASCAL model ooxoojen

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Check the settings of the virtual mixer.

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The errant switch, control or condition may change and you will suddenly release the
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