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    Volume Maxes Out at Sign In

    For some reason, my Asus does not want to let volume stay at mute.

    After entering my Microsoft password, the computer signs me in and then ratchets up the volume from mute to 100, as if I were holding the physical volume button... except I'm not holding the volume button. It just decides on its own to max out the volume right then and there.

    The volume indicator thing near the top left of the screen shows the volume increasing from mute to 100. I have to manually put it back down to mute.

    Is anybody else experiencing this? Or does anybody know how to fix this?

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    My first guess is reinstall the audio driver.
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