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Windows 7: ODD issue volume only adjusts one side?

04 Nov 2014   #11
bradyfan123

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So I figured out that the WPD filesystem volume driver was the monitor, I unplugged it and it went away. But still have the audio issue so I think it was unrelated. I appreciate the help so far.


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04 Nov 2014   #12
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

i would test with a live cd like ubuntu. burn it to disk can use imgburn for that. do not install to the computer just run it from the disk. will ask you if want to try first. see if the volume works correctly or does same thing.
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04 Nov 2014   #13
bradyfan123

64 bit
 
 

So for some reason uninstalling the sound card again made it work! I'm not sure why I had done this previously but decided to just try it one more time and it works now! I appreciate all the help anyway oscer!
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04 Nov 2014   #14
oscer1

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your welcome glad you got it fix.
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