|14 May 2009||#1|
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50% volume defaults after reboot
Every time I restart Windows 7 x64 the volume defaults to 50%.
It is a silly issue to have, because all I have to do to fix it is turn up the volume with my keyboard...but still, it's quite annoying and I often don't notice and crank up my volume on the knob for my 5.1 speakers.
It does not do this in Vista x64, which I have dual booted.
Two output sources:
I did notice that it does not default to 50% when the headset is not plugged in, but it is not really an option to plug/unplug it all the time. Besides, I can keep it plugged in in Vista and it is fine.
Playback = X-Fi to speakers
Recording = Lifechat microphone
Any thoughts on how to make it default to 100%?
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