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Posted on 2011-02-16
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I have a computer that is having sound issue. When I put a CD into the computer I can hear the music fine. If I go to YouTube or any other site on the Internet that has audio/video, I can see the video fine but I can not hear ANYTHING that is coming from the Internet.

I can even hear my itunes music on the comuter but can not hear anything from the internet.
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Question by:wantabe2
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jason987 earned 167 total points
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Is the volume for your web browser muted by chance?

Start>Type "sndvol" and make sure the slider for your browser is up and not muted.
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by:rbredewout
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Lookslike a setting in Internet Explorer.

Already tried to set internet explorer back to factory defaults?
(Extra>>inet settings>>Advanced and then the button on the bottem)
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by:Iain MacMillan
Iain MacMillan earned 166 total points
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have you got the latest Flash players installed for IE and non-IE browsers, then check the volumes on your Youtube videos.

which browser are you using -- try IE, Firefox and/or Chrome to try and isolate if its just a particular issue with one browser.  if your hearing your music and CD's ok, then its not a system wide sound issue.
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by:lauchangkwang
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Agree with lainNIX, it could be the volume on the videos it self get muted, have a check on that .....
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