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Enable Windows DreamScene Sound

17 July 2009No Comment

By default Windows DreamScene will have audio and sound output turned off and disabled as mute. So even if you set a exciting video clip with surround, there will be no sound play. However, users can always turn on or unmute the DreamScene audio output to hear the sound of the videos.

To enable or unmute the DreamScene, in the notification area (system tray) of Windows Vista desktop, click on the audio icon (speaker) to open the Volume Mixer. Then in the Windows DreamScene section under the Applications. Click on the mute button (crossed speaker) below the volume slide bar (which is grayed out and disabled) to get audio up and running. Increase the volume on slide bar if needed.

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