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Increasing audio volume

Very low audio volume all controls on computer and monitor are maxed out and I still can't hear a training video online. It sounds as if the instructor is whispering

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  • nanj2911 Mar 12, 2008

    can find the solution that you posted

  • Anonymous Apr 08, 2008

    I can not get the montior speakers to work

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  3. Press the right arrow key on the keyboard to select the Advanced tab.
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  5. Press the down arrow key to select Enabled , and then press the Enter key.
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