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External Volume/Mute Button not working

Hello, I reinstalled windows xp on my XV841 and now my external volume switch is not working. I am unable to mute, or turn the volume up or down. Any ideas? I am able to control the volume by clicking on the volume icon. All other keys seem to be working.

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  • rosiechavez5 Jul 23, 2008

    on the icon volume button it shows mute and I cannot remove the mute mode

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