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    My sound was great with the onboard sound card up until a couple of weeks ago. Now it is low. The left channel is louder than the right but both are very low compared to what they used to be. Also, microphone volume is almost inaudible. I tried updating, and even downloading Realtek software but nothing works. Any suggestions??? Thanx PG

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    Default Re: low volume

    If you are running windows, check the sound properties settings in the Control Panel.
    We can better help you if you add a detailed hardware list in your forum signature.
    Check out http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post295784, post #5 steps #1 & #2 to update your forum signature.
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    Default Re: low volume

    I tried all the ways to raise volume. None of them work. I read the link you added and I am not over clocking and I don't have a problem booting. As I said, it was ok up until a couple of weeks ago. I am using onboard sound hardware on an asrock mobo. I am pressed for time but will try and supply whatever info I can on hardware. Thanx PG

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    Read steps #1 and #2 to easily add your hardware list to your signature. Ignore the rest of the post.

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