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    Possibility of boosting system audio in Windows XP

    I have recently noticed that the system volume is very low while playing certain movies or video files. Is there any way to boost system audio without installing media enhancement programs?

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    Aniruddha Array
    Join Date
    Jul 2012

    Re: Possibility of boosting system audio in Windows XP

    The issue of fainting of the audio can be due to both hardware and software.

    You can test the sound card or audio chipset or the speakers for there status,

    If there is any issue related to the quality degradation of the components, it can`t be solved unless they are replaced.

    But if there is problem which is due to software, it can be tried for a fix.

    Go to control panel--devices--select sound device and uninstall,
    Download a device driver for audio from www.microsoft.com which is compatible to windowsXP , install that in the windows and once finished, exit.

    The chenge will take effect and there should be marked difference in volume level.

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    Satya Praveen Array
    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Re: Possibility of boosting system audio in Windows XP

    Hello friend,

    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say................

    1.There is nothing such software to boost up the system sound.

    2.You have to buy the best external speakers and connect them to your system.

    3.Or you can update your sound drivers you can do it by.

    4.Making a right click on 'My Computer' and clicking on 'manage'.

    5.Then you click on 'Device manager' and there update the sound drivers.

    6.And you keep your speakers always clean so that no dust will stop the audio coming out.

    Have a nice day..........

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