Windows XP volume control from command line

If are bored to search the volume control icon in the tray or navigate through the control panel icons, use sndvol32.exe instead.

Display simple volume control (like via right button click):

%windir%\system32\sndvol32.exe -t -n

Another sndvol32 command line parameters:

sndvol32 [-D audio_device_number] [-Record | -Play] [-Normal | -Small | -Tray]


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8928 said...

is there a way to change volume thru command line???

largo said...

i needed to do a volume up down mute from command line (for a Air2.0 touchscreen app) and found this program to do it.

looks pretty helpful!

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