Re: DVD playback volume is low
You could probably make the registry setting, try the results, and then if
you don't like the effect, it it doesn't help, you should be able to rename
the registry value or delete it and thus revert back to the original
Speaking for myself only.
for some helpful WMP info.
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"oblivious_chicken" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>I have vista home premium on a custom desktop. My cd audio works fine but
> dvd is weak. I found this symptom in the forums:
> You insert a DVD disk to watch a movie on a Windows Vista-based portable
> computer. You use Windows Media Player (Wmplayer.exe) or an application in
> Windows Media Center (Ehshell.exe) to watch the movie. However, the
> volume seems to be too low. For example, when you set maximum gain on all
> volume controls that are available in the audio mixer, system sounds and
> music playback are loud enough. However, DVD playback volume is still not
> loud enough.
> problem is the symptom says it's specifically for portable computers. I
> don't figure it should matter but before downloading a hotfix or messing
> the registry i'd like some reassurance that it's safe to do so.