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Kizilboga volume buttons control not working?

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  • kizilboga Feb 09, 2008

    ??? help

  • Anonymous Oct 03, 2008

    I just recently started having this same problem, I just now went into
    the task manager and hit end process for 2 sound applications I saw, I
    don't really know the names of them as I wasn't too much attention, I
    think one was realtek controller or something like that, anyways I did
    that and now all of a sudden the buttons work AND the volume mixer
    opened...which wouldn't before.

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There are two possible solutions
First you can use the system restore and pick the date prior to the issue. Then complete the system restore.
Second option is installing the related utility Called Launch Manager you can choose your model and OS then you can download/install the said application below
http://www.acerpanam.com/flex/acerdrivers/bin/drivers.html?CFID=253868&CFTOKEN=79241035
If you you need further assistance please post your question

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I just recently started having this same problem, I just now went into the task manager and hit end process for 2 sound applications I saw, I don't really know the names of them as I wasn't too much attention, I think one was realtek controller or something like that, anyways I did that and now all of a sudden the volume buttons work AND the volume mixer opened...which wouldn't before.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

  • WJUStudent Oct 03, 2008

    well eventually that stopped working, I used system restore, and so far that has been the best thing

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