Volume mixer control sliding down SOLUTION!!!

November 21, 2009 at 10:19:28
Specs: Windows Vista
I had this problem & then realized I had created it myself by tapping on the volume controls on my laptop situated ABOVE MY KEYBOARD (on the upper right, just right of the power button on my Dell laptop--there are three of them one shows no volume, one shows moderate and one shows full by the use of ')))' marks.)
In the past, I had tapped on the volume icon showing no volume 'emerging'......to FIX it, all I had to do was tap on the right-most one, showing full volume and MY PROBLEM WAS SOLVED! I am surprised none of you 'geeks' suggested that be checked first!

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#1
November 21, 2009 at 11:06:59
I am surprised none of you 'geeks' suggested that be checked first!
You're surprised no one asked you if you were turning down the volume when you asked why the volume was turned down?

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#2
November 21, 2009 at 11:28:42
... I'm surprised you asked the question always ask mom first!


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#3
November 21, 2009 at 11:37:55
In response to the negative, mocking replies I've received......we non-geeks sometimes touch buttons and keys without realizing their repercusions. Obviously, others have done what I did: tapped on a key that overrides the control in the taskbar..............I was admitting that a previous action on my part had caused the 'problem' and I was trying to let other 'laymen' like me know the simple way to solve it. Perhaps, in the future someone will come across my 'solution' and actually feel like thanking me.....(I'm a 62 year old woman with very little computer knowledge, who wishes I had found 'my solution' when I searched these boards before I figured it out myself.....)

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#4
November 23, 2009 at 15:34:36
Wow, you come in here slamming the geeks for not knowing how some idiot borked her computer and then you expect praise?

Sorry honey, we don't all have a crystal ball to figure out your specific problem. I bet you're one of those fussy old lady's that stares out their front window and makes the rest of the neighborhood miserable. Get a life.


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