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Hi.
In the bottom right hand corner of screen their is a picture of a speaker right click on this with the mouse it will say open volume control and that lets you adjust the volume if this still dont affect the volume then right click again then click properties then if your using external speakers then click on this and you can then adjust the volume of speakers if this still dot work then your sound card could need replacing.
If your only using the speaker in the base then the volume setting will alter this if your using external speakers then the properties will alter this
Let me know how you get on ok

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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