Question about Apple 13 MacBook Notebook Computer Z0H1-0001 Mac Notebook
Uninstall the sound driver and restart the system.
install the sound driver once again.
one more restart will solve your problem
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Dec 01, 2012 | Toshiba Computers & Internet
1 Click on the speaker icon in the system tray of your windows 7 screen, located in the task tray by the system clock. This will cause a volume adjustment screen to pop up. Drag the volume slider to adjust the volume higher or lower.
Right-click on the speaker icon and select "Open Volume Mixer" to manually adjust the volume of each device separately, using the same method as in step 1.
Right-click the speaker icon and select "Sounds" to change which sounds play for specific events, such as Windows Startup, Windows Logon and System Notification. This should bring you directly to the "Sounds" tab of the sound menu, where you can click the program event from the list and change the sound using the drop-down menu at the bottom. You can choose "(None)" to disable the sound.
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