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No sound and video stops after second

When aq video is loaded i still have no sound and the video only plays the second or two around wherever i put the little ball thing on the progression line. nothing really is working right and i know i have audio from other sites.............

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  • k382663 Oct 12, 2008

    All of a sudden I can't get any sound when I go to YouTube. Always could before.

    I'm wondering if there's any connection between this problem and the fact that today I finallyI managed to get the SmileysCentral icon to show up on my screen. Can't think of any other reason...everything is plugged in right & etc.

    Thanks for any help.


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