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Acer aspire 5715Z Sound Card

The volume for my Acer aspire 5715Z is low. i need a sound card upgrade to increase the volume

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You can increase the volume from the volume control settings.
Click start,all programs,accesories,entertainment,volume control.Change the settings and see if there is any change.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

  • Folusho Adeyanju
    Folusho Adeyanju Jul 21, 2008



    you can increase the volume from the volume control settings.
    Click start,all programs,accesories,entertainment,volume control.Change the settings and see if there is any change.


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