[AI] Regarding Volume Control

harish harish at accessindia.org.in
Wed May 26 22:38:53 EDT 2010

It is quite possible, your multi media speaker is the culprit. To confirm, 
replace the multi media jack at your PC end with a headphone. Ensure, the 
volume is reduced to reasonable levels before venturing into it.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "hari" <harikodanad at gmail.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2010 11:15 PM
Subject: [AI] Regarding Volume Control

> Respected members, I have been facing a problem to the volume control of 
> my computer for quite a long time. When ever I start typing in microsoft 
> word or in any other application, after some times, suddenly the system 
> volume got down vary low. Litterally, I could not able to follow in the 
> out speakers. Usually this problem arise after I type 20/30 minutes. I can 
> feel some delay in the Jaws typing echo and eventually the entire system 
> volume, including that of all media players got dim. For getting back to 
> normalcy, I need to re-boot the system. On the presumption of having 
> infected by some viruses, I have several times formatted the system, but 
> of no use. Now a days, these problem has become frequent so much so that, 
> I could not type hardly longer than 5/10 minutes. Have anyone of you faced 
> this strange crisis? What may be the problem? For resolving this, what I 
> have to do? Your suggestions and guidance will be of immense help. 
> Following are the particulars of my system.
> Processor/ AMD, Motherboard/ Asus, Ram 512 with a capacity of 40 GB. 
> Looking forward to your valuable response.
> With Regards.
> Hari.
> harikodanad at gmail.com
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