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  • April 25, 2008
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    TV-Server Version: rc2
    MediaPortal Version: rcw
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    Windows Version: vista 32bits SP1
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    Hey peeps,

    I've got the problem that my fisrt step in volume is to big... And when i choose to customize my settings, the volume will not turn Up anymore, only Down..:confused:

    This is very ignoring and i see, this prob is in MP for a long time now and nobody like to worry about it:(

    Please help me out ;)

    Greetings Oekie

    The Doctor

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  • December 24, 2007
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    I would try MP version
    I had the same problem (a long time a go) with the volume not going up anymore. The devs solved it somewhere.

    If you want to stay with your version. Run MP in XP compatibillitie mode once. Than set it back to run in vista mode. That should solve your volume problems. At least it worked for some users here.

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