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Volume Mixer on Windows is a bit whacky?

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#1 Divinevalor


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Posted 30 September 2016 - 01:22 AM

So as of late probably a month or two? I've had an issue where programs would limit their volume until I close other programs such as a game client and this keeps happening.


I turned off the reduction of other sounds when windows detects communications but it still seems to apply even when I join programs such as Discord or Skype where it either makes them the main volume and everything else quiet or makes everyone's voices very quiet until I close programs


If anyone can provide any insight on how to fix this I'd be very grateful.


Edit: Seems to be fine when wearing my headset but obviously this isn't a fix I'd like.

Edit: It seems when I disable my built in microphone the audio goes back to normal, but obviously this isn't a permanent fix either.

Edited by Divinevalor, 30 September 2016 - 07:28 PM.

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