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I have a 9-month-old HP destop PC on which I have never been able to adjust volume. Whenever I push what seems to be a volume button on the front of the monitor, I ALWAYS get the "OSD Lockout" message. How can I increase the volume?

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Down by the clock on the bottom right of the screen is a volume control click on it and you should be able to adjust the volume.

There is a nice video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWlVRGAwpKk

It shows you on windows xp, but it is pretty much the same on vista and 7 too.

Hope this helps.

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