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Now a basic question. What are you playing? Are you sure that the source itself is not at an abysmally low level?
The other thing you can try is:
Open the "Communications" tab in Sound dialog box and then select "Do nothing". Cick Apply, OK and close the dialog box. You may need to restart the PC for the change to take effect.
Check whether this returns the volume to normal levels.
A bug in Windows 7 is supposed to reduce the volume, even when no communications is on in some cases. (Not all)
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