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Old 08-04-2009, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys i have this problem my volume controler on the computer increases and decreses the sound i thought it was some virus soo i formated my computer and installed windows 7 and same problem i figured it was the sound card soo i installed a diffrent sound card and same problem what could it be?
my last choice is the motherboard i guess?
what should i do?
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You're gonna hve to exzplain that some more... I'm not quite understanding it.

In the mioddle of a song it just goesas wonky, or song to song, or what?
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You're gonna hve to exzplain that some more... I'm not quite understanding it.

In the mioddle of a song it just goesas wonky, or song to song, or what?
in a middle of a song in a middle of a movie or if u just look at ur volume control u see it goes up and down by it self i dont know whats going on.
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Do you have a volume control on your keyboard?
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Do you have a volume control on your keyboard?
yes i do.
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Try disconnecting your keyboard while you've got the movie/song playing when it's changing the volume by itself. See if it stops.
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Try disconnecting your keyboard while you've got the movie/song playing when it's changing the volume by itself. See if it stops.
Yha, my thoughts exactly.. Could be a dirty keyboard thats causing an interference.
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Yha, my thoughts exactly.. Could be a dirty keyboard thats causing an interference.
what i did was open up the keyboard and disconnected the valume control wire seems to be working i think lol.
anyways fixing it or i need a new keyboared?
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LOL, nice Not sure I'd have wanted to fix it like that, but anyway.

What kind of keyboard do you have? Just a pretty standard one or one of the more flashy types?
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Clean it? it could simply be a dirty controller.
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