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From time to time i get a cross over my volume control. i have solved this problem before by going back to a restore point but it doesn't seem to work this time. Please help. LJ

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Try to double-click the volume icon and make sure MUTE ALL is unchecked. If same thing, go to Device Manager, uninstall the audio driver and reinstall it. You may also need to go uninstall and reinstall the Volume icon component through the Windows Components in Add/Removes or Programs and Features area of Windows.

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Through the All Programs menu:
1.
Click Start.
2.
Point to All Programs.
3.
Point to Accessories.
4.
Point to System Tools.
5.
Click System Restore.
6.
Follow the instructions on the wizard.
Creating a restore point can be useful any time you anticipate making changes to your computer that are risky or might make your computer unstable. If something goes wrong, you select the restore point you just created and Windows XP undoes any system changes made since that time.
Create a Restore Point
1.
Open System Restore. (See step-by-step instructions above.)
2.
Click Create a restore point, and then click Next.
3.
In the Restore point description box, type a name to identify this restore point as seen in Figure 1 below. System Restore automatically adds the date and time that this Restore Point is created.
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Figure 1. Creating a restore point
• To finish creating this restore point, click Create.
• To cancel restore point creation and return to the Welcome to System Restore screen, click Back.
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