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#1, see if it somehow disable or muted your sound card.
Look in Device Manager for the disabled indication, go to control panel for audio controls to see if the mute was turned on.
If it is enabled, and the mute is not on, I would try reloading the drivers for your audio card.
Shockwave is usually a very unobtrusive software, so this is kind of unusual.
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