I did have to reboot the machine. I have tried internet searches and have not found a solution. Right-click the speaker in the taskbar. Hi, Thank you for posting your question in Microsoft Community. I have an asus laptop and have had the same problem for the past year. I tried your method, and thank you! Thank You Allie : Dude your the man! I hope I've helped The below is an accumulation of two fixes that work and some clarifications that may be useful for some.
Method 3: Uninstall and reinstall the Adobe Flash Player Uninstalling and reinstalling the Adobe Flash Player has worked for many windows users who were experiencing Youtube videos not playing as you. I came here looking for the answer cause i forgot and then I remembered how to fix it. I've checked the options to show disabled and disconnected devices and it still doesn't show up. Method 2: It is possible that Internet Explorer has been selectively muted in the Volume Mixer. What were trying to do works fine in Chrome, however we are trying to avoid the use of this. So I thought it was a joke, like he was just pretending to play, but other people said it is amazing, so it got me wondering, are they being ironic? I have an asus laptop and have had the same problem for the past year. ~Allie I had the same problem and here's what worked.
I also have a new thing to add about this problem. If that is indeed the problem, uninstall. I have no idea what happened. Also try reinstalling chipset drivers from your laptop manufacturer as that controls how digital audio output works. A dialogue box should come up askinf if you are sure. The Adobe Flash Player Plugin is required for such browsers as Firefox or Opera. Many Thanks for all your help, this can probably be closed now! Any clips I send her play like that too so there is obviously something wrong with the sound settings.
I have the same problem, and when doing google searches to find a solution, I found this! Open a new notepad document or use any regular word processor. Double-click the next song in the playlist to resume playing the rest of the playlist. I was fuckin pissed lmao. My loaner dv7-4180ea will have an amber led lit instead of white when the sound has been disabled. No sound from the internet but sound from Skype, windows media player etc. This is an instant fix. The basic purpose of sound cards is to allow the user to.
What you need to do is right click the speaker in the bottom right corner click on playback settings then choose the device you want to send the sound to and make it the default sound when you unplug it will simply go back to the pc or laptop speakers. Tried both of these steps, still no joy. I have tried both Google Chrome and internet explorer but neither work. I tried almost everything and nothing worked. I honestly feel like writing you poetry, or feeding you grapes while fanning you with a palm leaf. I've checked the options to show disabled and disconnected devices and it still doesn't show up. This is an instant fix.
. Unfortunately the answer is yes, as this is part of a school policy. I expect I am doing something wrong but I don't know what it is. The settings should be auto-save, if the setting is not saved, try to close all Internet Explorer windows and launch the Flash Manager to set the option again. Allie, Thanks for the post, it fixed my problem. If you are using other browsers and have no idea how to clear the cache, go to their official website for the detailed instructions. Try to find out what model of soundcard do you have and what version of Windows and try to search for the specific driver on the internet.
Just a few mouse clicks are needed. I even had an issue with the volume icon on the taskbar and it fixed that too. So try to clear the cache and cookies. I really dont want to spend the money on a repair if I don't have to. You can open Internet Explorer without add-ons using the following step.
If the song is available as an iTunes Plus download, you can upgrade the song at the iTunes Store. Sometimes they have driver fixes, etc there. Is the volume turned completely down? It's a hassle because once you unplug it you have to restart the computer again. Then click Restore advanced settings button and Reset button. I've searched through forums to no avail, trying all sorts.