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Week audio everytime i open my laptop and listen to any kinds of music, the audio is very week! even when i watch a movie it;s the same!!! i full all the volumes i could find in the control panel just to make my audio louder, but still it wont work... what should i do?.... thanks...

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Hi
You may have a volume switch on the outside of your laptop - if you can find one, make sure that is turned up.

Otherwise you'll have to buy some speakers/headphones - these are not overly expensive and will produce good sound quality.

Hope this helps!
Philip

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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