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there are 2 easy ways first is by pressing the fn (function key) and number 4 at the same time or you can click the speaker icon in the bottom right corner of your screen and drag the slider up hope this helps
You can't! Well, that's not necessarily accurate. You can control the volumn if you are viewing a dvd through the dvd player. Otherwise, there is no volumn control and all other components connected just blare at full volumn. Take it back! This is an obvious design flaw. Coby Marketing dropped the ball on this one. They should have never released this product in the United States. Obivously designed for use in a foreign market.
With the tt on and displaying the map, tap the bottom left side. At the bottom a slider bar will appear. Use your finger to adjust the volumn to your desired level. Another way is to tap the map screen, then tap change preferances, tap the arrow until you come to volumn preferances and change the volume setting there.
Doublclick your speaker icon in your tray (lower right hand corner) and there are seperate sliders for output volume and speaker volumne. If you don't find it there, Start button>control panel>sound and audio icon> advanced settings.
Tap screen just above bottom left . The volume slider will appear . Tap slider at position where you want the volume , higher / lower , Wait a few seconds and the tometom normal screen will appear and volume will be at new level you set.
Open the speaker where the volume control is located then check it if there are lose connections. You can also clean the variable resistor or the volume control with a contact cleaner solution or oil... ^_^
1. Go to Start\Settings\Control Panel\Sounds and Audio Devices
2. Click on the Audio Tab.
3. In the Sound Recording section section, verify that your webcam is selected as the default device.
4. Click on the Volumne button, and verify that the Microphone slider is moved all the way to the top, and that the checkbox is checked.