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You will need to adjust the device volume.
Go to Start>Control Panel>Sounds and Audio Devices
Then make sure the slider bar below the Device volume heading is all the way to the right (As close to the High setting as possible).
Then make sure the box next to Place volume icon in the taskbar is ticked. And the Mute box is unticked.
If you click on Advanced it will take you to all the Master Volume settings make sure these aren't muted where possible and check that the little slider bar is in the middle of the two speaker icons.This will make sure sound will come out of both speakers and not just the left or right one.
If these are already set and you still get faint sound then you should try re-installing your laptops audio driver.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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