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  • Frodo take3 volume issues after hibernation

    I'm using an audigy USB. When i come out of hibernation, I no longer have volume control. I cannot increase, decrease or mute the sound through frodoplayer. The sound volume is the same as when i went into hibernation.

    This is almost like the no volume bug of take 3. anyone else have this issue?

    ninja edit - Sorry, I have been working on a .4 project at work all day. I meant Take 3.
    Take my advice: Do not try to build a system that includes EVERY feature. Start with the basics, build it to a bug free state, and THEN add on.

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    What is frodo .4??

    I hear about volume problems after hibernation but nothing like this.

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    • #3
      can you change the volume at all using windows sound??
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      • #4
        I can reproduce this problem.. when I look at the windows sound control panel.. I can see that my Main volume is set to whatever it was when I hibernated.. but everything else is at 100% ...

        the only way I can get volume to work again is if I restart Frodoplayer.. I wonder what will happen if I disable my audigy before hibernate and enable it again after resume.....

        I will test this and post my results
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        • #5
          nope.. that didnt work... however.. I did try just hibernating with window media player.. and it resumed perfectly.. it did however not resume the song that was playing.. but i think that is normal for windows media player
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