I can hear music i downloaded from limewire on winamp but not youtube. Is this a virus? I posted a question before and i was told to download Codec? But its not working. Its not only youtube that doesnt work. I can't hear ANY sound when im using the internet browser. This is my third post and i still cant find a solution Please Help. Ive scanned for viruses and re-installed Internet explorer.
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Not being able to hear the sound of forwarded videos may mean a lot of things and can happen for a lot of reasons. Here are some of them:
1. You may have muted the video from the player's control (if you notice sth like a speaker with an x on it near the video).
2. You may have to see the video with an other browser (if it is displayed at your browser) or you may need to try a different player program (if it is a file).
3. You may have problem with the sound card driver (can you listen to music or other PC sounds?).
4. You may have problems with external speakers. See their volume control or power.
5. You may have muted the sound from the control panel..
and many more unfortunately.. Please be more specific regarding which volume controls have you tried.
hi there sorry bout this but there are always problems with winamp player out of all the music apps i've used it is the worst to say the least and has a hard time playing videos too i would download another app like vlc player or evan itunes or use your windows media player if your os is windows that is vlc and itune are free to dwnld there is also gom player which isnt bad either hope this helps ya
There are a few things you can try here. You say sound works when you start your laptop, can you play sound off the Internet, for instance a news clip or youtube video? If so, the problem may be with the media player you are using. There should be a volume control on your media player, in addition to the Windows volume control. You might want to try using a different media player, like musicmatch jukebox or Winamp.
This isn't a driver issue. In your hardware profile your system's sounds have been disabled. Its part of the performance settings that exist. My suggestion is update to XP SP3 (which can be downloaded), then follow these instructions that Microsoft offers: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307918 and if push comes to shove speak to Microsoft's live chat assistance for free, they should be able to guide you through fixing the settings.
In whatever player you are using for video with audio on the Internet check the player controls that mute is not selected or the volume is not turned down. These players will work audio independently of the volume properties sliders.
If this approach is not consistent with your problem you may need to repair your audio codecs on your machine a good program to install that will add-in codecs and repair any broken codes is K-Lite. You can get it from this location. Select a download mirror and then allow or start the download. Once you have downloaded it install it and let all the default settings ride.
Let me know how this works out for you. Regards, Worldvet