Moderated Re: Jaws volume rising and dipping
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It was possible that I fixed it by updating the Lanovo stuff. Please don’t ask me how. That’s what my sighted tech husband is for. <smile>
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Mine still does that on my personal HP Pavilion and I didn’t know a fix. I just figured it was a problem with a cheap sound card and since I don’t know how to reproduce it on demand, I didn’t’ know how to troubleshoot it. I’m inclined to think it’s what the one person wrote about the Realtec drivers.
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Mine did that and I did something to make the sound the same globally. Sorry but I don’t remember what it was. I know it was something in Jaws setting and I did the default to get it to do it to all the apps. I might have just changed the volume so that it was done across everything. I just know it drove me nuts for awhile too.
You could also check for updates. It’s possible I did nothing and that did it.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Murray Peat
Sorry, one more question.
With my new Lenovo laptop I am finding that the Jaws volume rises and falls of its own accord. Sometimes this happens while working with a specific programme however mostly it happens if I open something new or move to another task. I guess this may be a sound card issue. Has anyone else come across this and perhaps knows how to resolve it?
I am using Jaws22 on Windows 10 Enterprise