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when Im online I cant hear nothing at all I HAVE SOUND IN WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER
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Hello, and welcome to Geeks To Go.
I am giving instruction under the assumption that you are using Internet Explorer.
With I.E. open;
  • In the upper right, click on Tools.
  • Select Internet options from the drop down menu.
  • In the Internet options window select Advanced.
  • Scroll down to Multimedia.
  • Put a check in the box next to Play sounds in web pages.

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its somthing deeper than that ive done so much trin to get it to work is there somthing thant i need to download even when i log on and off it make no sound thanks for your help jade
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Hello Jade205, :)

Welcome to Geeks to Go.

I am sorry you are finding a problem with your sound on web pages, please try the following. There will be no report at the end of the scan, please insert the Windows XP SP/2 CD before you start as I have found that more successful than waiting until your machine askes for it.

Windows Protected System File Checker SFC

Start>Run
type:
sfc /scannow (note the space between the c /)
Have your Win XP installation disc handy as if damaged files are found they will need to be copied across from your disc, if SFC can't find correct copies elsewhere.

Windows XP Installation disc not available or wrong Service Pack ie SP1 when SP2 is needed

There are work arounds to this problem; but the easiest by far is to borrow one and use that. It is perfectly OK to do this, for the purposes of running SFC, and if you ask around all your friends, you are likely to find someone who will be able to help you out.

Please post back after rebooting and trying your sound to let us know how you are progressing.

kind regards,
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