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Acer 5610 does not support windows7 so some functions may not work try launch manger for xp, download, right click on the file and run it it windows compatability mode for xp
here's link http://www.acer.co.uk/ac/en/GB/content/drivers
Assuming that the device sound components are not malfucntioning only requires alteration of some buttons either to increase or decrease. Usually on the computer, the program from which the media is being played for example windows media player should provide the volume scroll buttons observable at the buttom of the screen for regulations. Also, asume that the windows media player volume is at maximum. The computer has a volume button that controls the entire sound from the speakers. Use the mouse to locate at the button right hand corner of screen the volume logo. Pointin the mouse arrow on the logo should receive a popup message requesting incrementation or reduction in volume controls of media being played. Increasing the computer button would produce much sound. However also, the computer speakers capacity should allow much sound. An external speaker connected to the computer may have adjsutable sound buttons that unless increased however would produce least sound. Observe an external speakers connected to the computer to see if volume bottons have be minimised.
you might want to look into one of two options... either an external sound card, or a keyboard that has mltimedia buttons on it.
If you go with the former, the Audigy 2 NX external sound card might be want you are looking for. It's small and has volume controls right on the top. Granted, it is overkill if you just want simple volume control. However, if you don't have a high-end sound card already, it could be a nice addition to your desk..?
There are 3 types of volume: master volume, in-call volume, and multi-media volume. To adjust master volume, press and hold the thumb wheel until the volume control comes up and use the wheel to adjust it. When in a call use the thumb wheel to adjust the in-call volume. Finally, use the thumb wheel to adjust the volume of multi-media while it's playing. One thing to keep in mind, the master volume will override the multi-media volume, so if you can't hear the multi-media after turning it all the way up, you might try raising the master volume fist.
Try taking out all the screws in the bottom of the computer, then open the screen all the way. Then use a screwdriver and pop off the plastic piece that has the buttons on it, and make shure that the white connecting cable is attached, then put it back together.