my sound works fine except when I play a video. When I click on the volume, then mix it bumps on speakers and system sounds, but not when you set windows media player

When I imported my videos from my phone and then began to look at there was no noise. I clicked on the volume, and mix. adjusting the volume on the speakers and his system, it's a ding, but when I have not adjusted the volume on windows support no ding. It is not cut.

Hello

What version of Windows are you using?

This is by design, when you try to adjust the bar its windows media player or WMP or the volume mixer you will not hear the sound of ding.

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