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Windows 7: how do I increase my volume even more?

28 Jul 2012   #11
AdyLight99

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
 
 
Heck yeah

I found the answer and I am proud. Go to Configure Speakers, and choose Surround 7.1. ENJOY!


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