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Windows 7: intel 82801 DB/DBM AC'97 audio controler problem

23 Oct 2009   #1
chris lee

Windows 7 Tiny
intel 82801 DB/DBM AC'97 audio controler problem

I'm Chris. I've got some problem with Windows Tiny 7 version.
The problem is sound. I've already installed realtek audio controler
that is recently released by realteck as windows 7.
Actually, It's working, but the sound is very very lower~
I can't listen to music something like that.

Do you have any idea my problem?
Here are some screenshot with sound card.



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26 Oct 2009   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64

First I wouldn't reccomend using an un-offical build of Windows 7...these tend to be loaded with problems

Second...try this

Right-Click volume icon->Playback Devices->Right-Click Default Speakers->Properties->Enhancements tab->Enable Loudness Equilzation
See if that helps the low volume. If that doesn't work than reinstall the AC'97 drivers as an Administrator Run as Administrator
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 intel 82801 DB/DBM AC'97 audio controler problem

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