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Volume at 100% and sound too low to watch dvd tried with several dvds and volume is too low

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    after installing win7 on my Mini, the sound volume 100% is very low

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When i watch a dvd i have very low sound have to turn tv volume right up but its still very low why is this

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Hi,

Just cross check the volume settings in volume controls. All the sliders should be at max level specially Volume Control and CD Player.

If it is fine then there is some thing wrong with the media you are trying to watch or can be problem with audio driver.

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