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No sounds watching you tube etc. Flash problems?

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Hiya Super Geeks!

Hoping you can help me here.
Im having a problem with the sound on my laptop (running Vista).
The startup sounds are there, and I have sound when watching a video in Media player, but I have no luck when on the net using you tube etc.
I (think!!) I removed the current version of flash 8, and reinstalled a new version, but I still havent got any sound.

Where do I go from here getting it sorted out.
Any help appreciated!

Thanks guys.

Edited by RussWoofWoof, 26 February 2011 - 02:22 AM.

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Hello RussWoofWoof,

I'm just a starter, but maybe you can try this.

Click on the start button. Go to 'All Programs' --> Accesories --> Run...
Type in 'regedit' and click OK.

Go to: My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Win dows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32
Rightclick in the right side of the windows. Choose 'New' and select 'string value'. Type in "wavemapper".
Push now enter. Doubleclick on that key. Type now: msacm32.drv

Close now the editor. You don't have to restart your computer. Normally it have to work now.

I hope this information have helped you.


Edited by stef_petit, 27 February 2011 - 01:46 PM.

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There is a flash player for IE and non-IE versions:

http://www.filehippo...?q=flash non ie

also add on for flash player:

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