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hi,

I have a problem where to locate the song from my cd using window media player.
I understand that I can also use 'kscd' to play the music but can someone tell me how to control the volume?

regards,
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Please specify which operating system you are running media player on.

As far as the volume control is concerned:

Try man kscd in order to find out how to do this. Similar, if you have wmp installed (for solaris: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/en/download/sysreq.asp) see the man or help page for this.

I would think that this is an easy thing to do.
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