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    Volume level keeps changing in xp

    I am running windows xp on my computer. Whenever i start any audio file or video it not play the file as perivious volume level, that means xp every time change it's volume level? Does any one know how to set default voulme level in windows xp?

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    Re: Volume level keeps changing in xp

    To solve the problem Go to start menu > control panel > settings > then select sound and change the sound property to deafult.Hence the changes will automatically save itself. The volume control will no more reset to default at boot up.

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    Re: Volume level keeps changing in xp

    Use volume bar,allows you to adjust and mute your windows based computer volume with a adjustable mouse control or click of a button. Volume meter 1.0 description A volume control Widget that allows you to quickly read the system volume from your desktop. It is a free widget that lets you to adjust the sound volume.

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    Re: Volume level keeps changing in xp

    Fast Volume 1.2 : Fast Volume is an easy-to-use utility, which allow you to change volume level very fast. How it works? Press Hotkey (winkey by default) to see current volume level. When hotkey pressed: mouse wheel up - increase volume level, mouse wheel down -- decrease volume level.Hotkey can be WinKey, Alt, Ctrl, Shift.Fast Volume is a software that allows you to change volume settings.

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