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Windows 7: Volume max after reboot

08 Nov 2009   #1

Wndows 7 Ultimate x64
Volume max after reboot

Have installed Realtek Semi. Corp.,
Driver date: 10/28/2009
Driver version:
All functions work fine, but when I reboot Windows 7, after the reboot the audio volume is set to max (100%); this does not happen when rebooting into Vista Ultimate x64 or XP Pro x32.

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25 Nov 2009   #2

Wndows 7 Ultimate x64

Turns out this problem occurs after using Remote Desktop to this Windows 7 system and shutting down the Windows 7 system while connected thru the Remote Desktop.
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