If you're finding you can't do #1 or #2, read this.....
by ackmondual - 3/10/06 9:06 AM
In Reply to: Suggestion by pierrot.robert
if you can't find the Speaker icon in the system try that pieroot.robert is talking about, then do this:
WinXP, start menu --> Settings --> Control Panel
category view: Sounds, Speech, And Audio Device --> Sounds And Audio Device.....
**For future access convenience, in the Volume tab, check Place Volume Icon In Taskbar to put it in the system tray (bottom right for most users)
Volume tab --> click the Advanced button will complete the steps for #1
classic view: Sounds And Audio Device
the rest here is same as from double starred entry above
Win2000, start menu --> Settings --> Control Panel --> Sounds And Multimedia
**For future access convenience, in the Sounds tab, check Show Volume Control On The Taskbar to put it in the system tray (bottom right for most users)
Now you can follow #1 as posted by other poster
for #2, Options --> Advanced Controls. Then click on the new Advanced button as described in #2. If either the advanced button itself or the bass/treble settings are grayed out, then I believe your sound card won't let you change these settings from a software level.
Hope this helps
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