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Soft working speakers

My speakers are to soft, I can't listen to music or DVD's without attaching a headset. The sound is to soft although all slides are fully open. Originally it had Vista on it which is replaced by XP Business. See no relation for the problem but you never know.

Oh yes and I bought the laptop in Andorra/Spanish and reversed it to US/English.

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Sounds like a driver issue. Try updating your sound drivers through Acer's web site. If that doesn't work you'll need to find out the make and model of the sound card and search for drivers at the manufacturers site.

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