Speaker volume control in registry

  zoobie 17:17 16 Apr 05

I was told there was a speaker volume control multiplier in the registry but I can't find it.
Any help appreciated.

  Graham ® 17:59 16 Apr 05

I was told this would only be found when using a program that sets its own volume parameters, eg. a DVD player.

  zoobie 18:11 16 Apr 05

Well, it's for a audio card...SB0090
It doesn't play very loud and I was told there was a multiplier in the registry.

  Graham ® 19:37 16 Apr 05

I understand this sound card must be used with amplified speakers. Could this be the problem?

  Graham ® 19:44 16 Apr 05

From Spec:

Minimum System Requirements
— Genuine Intel® Pentium® 266MHz, AMD K6 300MHz or faster processor
— Intel®, AMD or 100% compatible motherboard chipset
— 64MB system RAM (128MB Highly Recommended)
— 600MB of free hard disk space
— Windows® 98, 98 SE, NT® 4.0, 2000, Me, or XP
— Available half-length PCI 2.1 compliant slot for Sound Blaster Audigy card
— Available adjacent slot for the Audigy Extension bracket
— Headphones or amplified speakers (available separately)
— CD-ROM drive required for software installation
— SB1394 functionality works only on Windows 98SE and above

  zoobie 03:07 17 Apr 05

What kind of goofy card is this?
I need amplified speakers, available adjacent slot for the Audigy Extension bracket?

  Graham ® 09:21 17 Apr 05

And you bought it?

  zoobie 21:04 17 Apr 05

I didn't do my homework on this one...and assumed it was just a regular card with a firewire interface. My loss...
Thanks...I think

  Graham ® 21:07 17 Apr 05

Can't you return it as incompatible?

  zoobie 21:11 17 Apr 05

I bought it off eBay...and am relisting it...with full requirements so nobody else gets taken.

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