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Pc volume volume turned all the way up and can barely hear it.what can it be?

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Check your 'Multimedia Properties'
Control Panel>Sounds and Audio Devices
There should be a contol panel for your audio output/input levels.
(Windows XP)

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

  • Gwyn Thomas Apr 21, 2008

    Also make sure they are plugged into the correct output socket on your PC

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