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Windows 7: Full volume no matter where my slider is (USB)


27 Sep 2009   #1

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Full volume no matter where my slider is (USB)

I have a usb headset, it's running on the generic windows 7 USB audio drivers and it plays audio and records from the mic just fine. The only problem is, no matter where my volume slider is in the system tray they play at full volume.

What this means is I have to adjust the volume inside each application in order to not go deaf. Windows sounds are still terribly loud, and programs where I CAN'T adjust volume are a nightmare.

They are A4Tech HD-800 headphones and they're supposed to run on the C-Media CM112 drivers, but they aren't 7 compatible.

Any help is appreciated!

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28 Sep 2009   #2

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Please right click the speaker icon in the system tray near the clock and choose playback devices. Make sure the headset is selected as the default device. Post a screenshot if ya want.
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28 Sep 2009   #3

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