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Use a troubleshooters. Windows computers come with built in troubleshooters that can help you fix volume issues. Click on the "Start" bar, usually found on the lower lefthand screen. Click "Control Panel." On the control panel, click "Troubleshooting" and then "Hardware and Sound." From there, select the option "Troubleshoot audio playback." Your computer will ask you a series of questions that will help the troubleshooter determine the cause of your volume issue. In most cases, a volume issue can be fixed using Windows built-in troubleshooter.[
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