Sound volume is weak.

Here is a strange issue.
Maybe easy for some... on a Dual boot XP and SuSE 9.1 Pro

On my dual boot system, (SuSE has the correct drivers) the sound volume is weak.
With system and all volume controlls turned all the way up, it is at about 1/8 of what Windows will play at.

Is there a setting someplace?

This is an Asus on-board soun card that SuSE found and installed correctly. I get sound, but weak.
The card is showing as working properly, but is like it is being quelched.

Any ideas anyone has come across?

Thanks in advance...
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Karl Heinz KremerCommented:
What sound card/on-board adapter do you have in this system?
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Karl Heinz KremerCommented:
Linux_Hawk, this is not how this site works: If your original question does not provide enough information, and one of the experts asks for more, you need to provide this information. Please provide the information requested, and post a request in the community support area to have this question reopened.
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Linux_HawkAuthor Commented:
I t is onboard sound, and I found the answer myself by experimenting while waiting.

I did not mean to violate posting rules.
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Karl Heinz KremerCommented:
If you found the answer yourself, you can post it here, and then request to have the question deleted and your points refunded.
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