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I have brought a compaq A910em and the sound is very low is their any way of making it louder

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Try making the volume higher near the right side of the windows taskbar if u have windows, if it is on 100 % then try finding sound button on your laptop and in compaq i think it is on the left side of the computer , i hope that is useful

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