|25 Apr 2012||#12|
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Fix That I Did
So ya someone had previously stated something about the lmanager and I use norton security for my laptop. I went to my admin account and into startup control and found the lmanager off. I checked it on and hit apply, restarted, and waited like 2 minutes and tried it and it worked again. Thx to whoever gave this information. And yes i now am quite sure that lmanager controls the volume appearing on ur screen so search lmanager on your laptop and try and do the do lol.
[only reason to make this account was to say thx]
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