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Volume Control Problem with SB64

Posted on 1998-06-06
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Hi!  I'm currently using a Sound Blaster 64 and the volume
control seems to be somewhat buggy.  In particular, whenever I restart Windows or reboot the system, the volume setting for Wave is always reset to default (midline).  I checked Creative Labs' site but couldn't seem to find anything specific to the SB64, as far as patches and drivers are concerned.  Any ideas?  It's not a crippling problem, but it is annoying.  Thanks for any help!
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Question by:ap9
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by:grizzle053098
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Probably not relevant but check autoexec.bat / config sys ????
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by:pcservice
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go to control panal and add/remove program and the on tab windows setup remove de multimedia group. After reboot reinstall it the same way.

You couls also check in the sb setup.
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by:ap9
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Sorry, it didn't work.  The WAVE setting still gets reset to
midline when I restart or reboot.  Now I no longer get the
Volume Control icon in the system tray, though, after I reinstalled it.
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gfueyo earned 50 total points
ID: 1756282
I had that problem before, but I went to www.microsoft.com and downloaded the "directx" program, and that made it. I don´t konw why or how, but since I installed the Directx, the problem went.

Maybe that help you
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by:ap9
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Hmmm, when I installed Win95, I also installed DirectX 5 shortly afterwards.  I'll try again.
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