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Windows 7 Sound


Declanworld

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Every time I start my PC (Windows 7 Ultimate), the sound level reverts to 67%, of its own volition.

Any ideas?

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buteman

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Sounds.then Comunications in Control panel. Windows can automatically adjust volume if you use your computer to place or receive telephone calls.

Not sure if that is what is happening to you but it can be adjusted if so.

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Declanworld

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I'll try that - thanks

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Declanworld

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Still no joy.

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buteman

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Not really got a clue with Windows sound unless the driver needs updated or Windows Audio needs set to automatic in Services.

Maybe someone else can give you the information that you need as I don't want you to loose your sound completely.

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Declanworld

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Thanks for the effort, buteman

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rdave13

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Just a thought, do you have a headset plugged in? Might cause the speakers to revert to driver default on bootup.

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Declanworld

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Nope, rdave13.

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