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I have a HP mini 1000 and I installed os x on it and everything works but i can't control the volume it is always at the same volume level and i can't change it. If anyone knows how to fix it please tell me. If anyone else is having this problem please let me know because i can't find anything on it.

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i have HP notebook...its work very well but there is a problem in volume...volume remains constant..the level of volume can not change..can anyone suggest me why this happen

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Hey guys, I tried this VoodooHDA version from insanelymac. It fixes volume keys - well, partially that is. When I get to about halfway down the bar, I can no longer hear anything; it's sort of like muted already. But it goes back up normally when I pump up the volume on full swing.

It saves me from digging in Sys Pref to adjust PCM etc.

PS. You won't need VoodooHDA prefPane for this. I think it's best that you set your volume as high as it can be via Sys Pref > VoodooHDA > PCM or something. Then install the new kext. Reboot and uninstall VoodooHDA prefPane.

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