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    Default Audio issue

    when I play a video on google/youtube, there is no audio coming out of the pc speakers (Yamaha YST series). but on any other sites, including cnn and myspace, the sound comes out just fine.

    before you say that the pc might be blocking the audio from gootube, this is not the case since the audio works well through the home stereo system that's hooked up the same way.

    here's the usual "has anyone ever had this problem? how can it be resolved?"
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    Weird. What kind of computer and operating system do you have?

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    This may sound simple, but is the volume turned up in those embedded media players?

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    Check the volume on the site. There is typically a volume control with the player. It is either muted or turned way down.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stan lee cup View Post
    Weird. What kind of computer and operating system do you have?
    Compaq with XP

    Quote Originally Posted by Len-Det64 View Post
    Check the volume on the site. There is typically a volume control with the player. It is either muted or turned way down.
    already checked that.

    I have the same problem with the arcade in LGK, btw.
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    I have an issue with certain file types when played with Media Player. The audio plays back really slow. It sounds like if you play an album at the wrong speed. A girls voice will be really low, slow and scary. Like she is drugged out or something. I need to do some research and see if I can figure out which file types are involved.

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    My thoughts...some of these may seem stupid, but should be asked:

    1. You Tube runs on Adobe Flash Player 9 usually. Do you have it installed on your laptop?

    2. Is it an older Compaq? Your sound card may not be able to handle newer applications.

    3. Try this:

    Hardware Acceleration Slider Is Set too High

    If the Hardware acceleration slider is not set to None, move the Hardware acceleration slider to a notch closer to None.

    To do this in Windows XP, follow these steps:
    1. Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, click Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices, and then click Sounds and Audio Devices (or just Sound and Audio Devices in Classic View).
    2. Click the Audio tab, and then click the Advanced button under Sound Playback.
    3. Click the Performance tab, and then move the Hardware acceleration slider to a notch closer to None.
    4. Click OK, and then click OK again.
    5. Click Yes if you are prompted to restart your computer.

    Just some things to try. Hope something works for you!

    link for other assistance:

    http://support.microsoft.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by stan lee cup View Post
    My thoughts...some of these may seem stupid, but should be asked:

    1. You Tube runs on Adobe Flash Player 9 usually. Do you have it installed on your laptop?

    2. Is it an older Compaq? Your sound card may not be able to handle newer applications.

    3. Try this:

    Hardware Acceleration Slider Is Set too High

    If the Hardware acceleration slider is not set to None, move the Hardware acceleration slider to a notch closer to None.

    To do this in Windows XP, follow these steps:
    1. Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, click Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices, and then click Sounds and Audio Devices (or just Sound and Audio Devices in Classic View).
    2. Click the Audio tab, and then click the Advanced button under Sound Playback.
    3. Click the Performance tab, and then move the Hardware acceleration slider to a notch closer to None.
    4. Click OK, and then click OK again.
    5. Click Yes if you are prompted to restart your computer.

    Just some things to try. Hope something works for you!

    link for other assistance:

    http://support.microsoft.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    negative that, Houston.
    Bummer BeerMan. Sorry, I'm out of ideas. Hope it works out for ya.

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    a number of possible solutions in this:

    http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache...lnk&cd=1&gl=us

    good luck!

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