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MP3's on my computer don't play in IE.


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thehyecircus

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Like on sites like ytmnd.com, if I open a site that has a mp3 the sound comes out in stutters. I can record this sound if you want. I just want it solved and I have no idea what to do.
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For starters, go into device manager and see if there are any errors, and update your audio drivers, if needed.

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Where is the device manager?
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Where is the device manager?
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Where is the device manager?
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Where is the device manager?
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Wow sorry about that, and I can't close any of them either. Sorry.
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And to top it all off none of these count as posts? This is a sad day indeed.
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hello and welcome to geeks to go , to get to Device Manager go to , START > MY COMPUTER > CONTROL PANEL > SYSTEM > HARDWARE > DEVICE MANAGER

and look for any of question marks (?) or Exclamation marks (!) ok :tazz:
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If you wanted those 4 ''where can I find the device managers'' posts to count, you would have to post them in a different topic because you only get one post per topic on your record..

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No I didn't do that to make them count, it just happened because I kept hitting "Add Reply" expecting the box to disappear.

Anyway, none of my devices are broken. MP3's play fine, it's just when they are in the html of a web page the come out choppy and ruined. Any ideas?
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Hello and welcome to G2G!

What type of connection are you using? Dial Up connections won't play mp3's well online since it's a very slow connection.

However if you have broadband you may have a speaker problem.

Good Luck!

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My speakers work fine, and it plays MP3's outside of any webpages that have them embedded in their source code. It's just MP3's embedded in source code don't work for me.
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bump?
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Okay, back to the beginning...how do you know that the files embedded in IE that won't play are MP3 files? Could they be some other extension and the file associations aren't set correctly? Or could a pop up or ad blocker be muting the sounds? Can you send a link that has sound you can't hear properly?

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