So, there appears to be a problem with my computer. The volume would automatically and randomly change from low to high. This has nothing to do with the volume slider. It stays the same. However, the.

The volume would automatically and randomly change from low to high. This has … I get the exact same fluctuations using an old Creative Labs X-Fi soundcard as I do with my motherboard's built-in Realtek. It happens using the latest Creative drivers for Windows 10 or the default from Microsoft. Reply.

I've seen lots of people post with this question all over the internet, and here within the last week or two is no exception. Questions? Abundant. Solutions? None that work for me at least. I've had this problem in the past with Windows 7 and I never found a solution for that either. It just seemed to eventually …

Jul 31, 2015 – Apparently it's a driver (Realtek supposedly) problem with Windows 10 that causes this issue, that is, playing a video anywhere (youtube, local file, etc.), pausing, waiting a few seconds, and playing again would result in a volume change without any real change in the speaker volume meter. The following …

Dec 6, 2017 – I have "set the same volume level for all tracks" disabled, and i have hardware acceleration disabled. The volume level on every single song still fluctuates. It only happens on my Windows 7 64 bit PC, not on my iPhone 4s. And it only started happening once I reinstalled Windows on a new hard drive and reinstalled Spotify.

Nov 15, 2014 – I have Bose speakers plugged in to my audio port and when I play music the volume fluctuates up and down. The internal speakers … 8) From the list of available drivers Select 'High Definition Audio Device' (The generic Microsoft Windows Driver). This completely ….. 11-19-2014 10:56 AM. I tried that one, …