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Windows Media Player Sound Issue


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#1 xk8

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Posted 09 October 2005 - 12:58 PM

Hi,
I've been having a really wierd issue with Windows Media Player, hopeing someone has an idea about this. Google/bla bla bla research doesn't help much at this point so here it goes.

When I'm playing a movie or whatever in Windows Media Player 9/10 (initially 10, uninstalled, then installed it again, then uninstalled and installed 9, same problem persists so I think it may have something to do w/ a non-WMP related thing per say; other players work fine) the sound is very high when I seek to any arbitrary point in the movie regardless of what level the sound has been adjusted to using the WMP sound control. THEN, when i click on the sound control, the sound turns down to whatever it is supposed to be at that control's setting. It's just a matter of time until i seek again to another point in the movie and the sounds blasts again and then to bring it down again, i HAVE to click on the sound control (move it to make it lower).

Do you have any idea of what's goin on here? I've installed Direct X 9.0c again, not much help.

One thing I would like to mention is that I did a clean install of the OS and since then WMP has been acting like this. THat might help in diagnosing.

any help would be greatly appreciated,
thankx
xk8

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