Windows 10: Volume Randomly Changing.


  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 64 bit
       22 Aug 2015 #1

    Volume Randomly Changing.


    So when i play music on Spotify while playing a game, my volume randomly goes up and down, It only stops if i mute all of the sounds of the game, i've looked and looked in all the settings, changed the communications tab to "do nothing" and it still wants to change my volume, is there a specific guide someone can link me to? I would like to get this resovled.
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  2.    24 Jan 2016 #2

    I've been dealing with the same issue for a while. I'm not sure what sound card you are using but i'm using a built in Realtek High Definition sound card. Seems to be a ongoing problem.
    The only thing that seemed to work for me or at least no problems for several days was to open up task manager and disable "RavBg64"
    Like I said things seem to be working good for several days now and so far so good.
    I would also see if you are running other programs that may be accessing your volume control. Skype?
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