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Volume defaulting to 0 when changing

Kahubu
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Is the audio output selection correct?

Last night all of a sudden my volume starting to change to 0 when I changed the volume, whether it was through the keyboard controls or through the settings on Windows 10.

 

The UI for the volume appears when changing the volume then as it fades out, it snaps to 0%. I've unplugged everything that's plugged into my tower whilst it's off, and my keyboard and mouse that is plugged into my monitor, then plugged it all back in and turned my pc on. Didn't work. Tried the troubleshooting feature in Windows, that didn't work.

 

It's like it's defaulting to 0 whenever I changed it. So frustrating. That whole volume UI in the top left has always frustrated me. Sometimes takes me out of fullscreen mode when in games whenever, I change the volume and the UI appears.

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2 minutes ago, Lord Szechenyi said:

Sorry for the dumb question but

 

 

have you tried reinstalling?

Reinstalling what? I've just reinstalled some of the audio drivers I'm using. No luck there. Same problem.

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Is the audio output selection correct?

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7 hours ago, Kahubu said:

Reinstalling what? I've just reinstalled some of the audio drivers I'm using. No luck there. Same problem.

Yes, I was thinking of the audio drivers

 

as Kilrah said, check if the audio output is correct

 

 

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