NO SOUND IN FIREFOX
This article identifies several causes (and solutions)
of No Sound in Firefox
Before using the instructions in this article, make sure other
applications on your computer can play sounds. If Firefox is the only
application that you can't hear, continue to the troubleshooting steps
If you want Firefox to make a
"click" sound effect when you click on a link, and to use other small
sound effects like Internet Explorer does when you browse web pages, try
extension. WINDOWS VISTA VOLUME MIXER
FLASH BASED VIDEOS OR MEDIA LACK SOUND
- Open Firefox and visit a site that should play sound.
- Click the volume icon in the Windows task bar.
- Click Mixer. The Volume Mixer window will
- Make sure the Firefox slider is not at the bottom
If you're only having trouble hearing sound from pages that use Flash
for video and audio (such as YouTube), you may be experiencing a
problem with the Flash plugin. Follow the instructions in the Flash-based
videos and sound do not play correctly
NON STANDARD CODE
Websites made using FrontPage add background music to webpages using
- At the top of the
Firefox windowOn the menu bar, open the Tools
menu, and select Page Info. The Page
Info window will open.
- If there is a line in the Page Info window saying "GENERATOR
Microsoft FrontPage ...", contact the webpage author.
Most web page sounds are made through plugins. For these sounds to
work, you need to have the correct plugin installed. If a plugin isn't
installed, you'll normally see a puzzle piece icon and Firefox will show
a yellow bar telling you that you need to install the plugin.
See the Popular
article for links on how to install various plugins,
including QuickTime, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, and more.
PLUGIN VOLUME CONTROLS
Some plugins have their own volume controls. Check for a volume
control directly on the plugin or in the right-clickCtrl+click