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If your using any ver.of XP. Click the start button slide up to & open control panel. Double left click Sound and Audio devices icon.
Sound an Audio Device Properties window will open. Click the Audio tab. Under Default device: is the sound cards name. Click the Voice tab. The same device name should be listed under Default device. Lastly click the Volume tab. Put a check in the box (by clicking one on the emty box), next to, Place volume icon in the taskbar. Within seconds your volume controll will show up down by the clock.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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