Solved how to prevent XP from changing sound volume

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August 18, 2014 at 02:57:59
Specs: XP SP3, AMD Ath 64X2 2GB
This is NOT a skype issuse. XP changes wave volume.
Dunno why.

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August 21, 2014 at 00:35:28
It's about time someone asked.

Green chili is a very popular product in the southwest US and Hatch, New Mexico, believes it has the best. Get it mild if you're not familiar with it. That way you know what it's supposed to taste like. If you get it fresh it's best to roast it. That kind of cooks it and also blisters the chili pod skin. You peel off the skin as it has the texture of plastic. Then it's ready to eat. Just take one of the still-warm pods and eat it whole. You'll be hooked.

It's best to roast it over an open flame such as a barbeque or campfire. If you're serious about it you get a chili roaster which is kind of a wire hopper with a propane tourch under it. You light the torch and turn the hopper until they're done. Some people just heat them in the oven but for best results use a flame.

They don't keep too good after roasting so any you don't use after a few days needs to be frozen. Put green chili on your cheeseburger and breakfast scrambled eggs. They put it on pizza and even baste baked chicken with it. You can also make a green chili stew. And of course it goes with all Mexican food.

Oh, be careful when peeling the roasted chili. Peeling a 25 pound bag can be tedious and sometimes you'll unconsiously rub your eyes. The burning sensation can last an hour or so.

Don't forget to preorder your Hatch green chili for this fall. Many vendors ship world-wide.



#1
August 19, 2014 at 00:32:01
I've heard that occasionally various software will do that. I don't know if there's a specific fix. Of course you might try updating audio drivers.

I found this:

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/commu...

I don't know if any of it applies in your case.

Don't forget to preorder your Hatch green chili for this fall. Many vendors ship world-wide.


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August 19, 2014 at 05:00:15
Hi DIAMOND DAVE,

That msconfig may be the way forward.
TY

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August 19, 2014 at 22:30:39
Couldn't find windows mixer in startup or services tabs.

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#4
August 20, 2014 at 00:28:19
Good to see you again. You don't pop into these 'ordinary' forums very often.

If you can't find any specific audio-related programs that may be affecting it, it might take something like disabling running programs temporarily or even uninstalling them until you find which one is causing it. Kind a a tedioius approach but there doesn't seem to be a one size fits all solution.

Don't forget to preorder your Hatch green chili for this fall. Many vendors ship world-wide.


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#5
August 20, 2014 at 01:11:45
Hi DAVEINCAPS,

Good to see you. I look at the DOS forum once in a great while.
When I do you & the other rocket scientists have already handled the issues.

I don't think it's AN app; just winxp being stupid.

The fact that win7 has a button to unscrew this tells us something.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CI9U...

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#6
August 20, 2014 at 14:44:00
Oh, that's why you specifically mentioned it wasn't due to Skype.

I'd think if it was just a windows issue it would be drivers or maybe WMP floating around causing havoc. It doesn't seem to be a common enough problem to call it a windows bug. That's why I thought it might be some added software.

Don't forget to preorder your Hatch green chili for this fall. Many vendors ship world-wide.


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#7
August 20, 2014 at 20:58:45
OK, I'll bite.

What is "Hatch green chili"?

There's no chili famine here. LOL

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August 21, 2014 at 00:35:28
✔ Best Answer
It's about time someone asked.

Green chili is a very popular product in the southwest US and Hatch, New Mexico, believes it has the best. Get it mild if you're not familiar with it. That way you know what it's supposed to taste like. If you get it fresh it's best to roast it. That kind of cooks it and also blisters the chili pod skin. You peel off the skin as it has the texture of plastic. Then it's ready to eat. Just take one of the still-warm pods and eat it whole. You'll be hooked.

It's best to roast it over an open flame such as a barbeque or campfire. If you're serious about it you get a chili roaster which is kind of a wire hopper with a propane tourch under it. You light the torch and turn the hopper until they're done. Some people just heat them in the oven but for best results use a flame.

They don't keep too good after roasting so any you don't use after a few days needs to be frozen. Put green chili on your cheeseburger and breakfast scrambled eggs. They put it on pizza and even baste baked chicken with it. You can also make a green chili stew. And of course it goes with all Mexican food.

Oh, be careful when peeling the roasted chili. Peeling a 25 pound bag can be tedious and sometimes you'll unconsiously rub your eyes. The burning sensation can last an hour or so.

Don't forget to preorder your Hatch green chili for this fall. Many vendors ship world-wide.


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