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No audio on websites like hulu & youtube

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by tdarizona, May 2, 2010.

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  1. tdarizona

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    My computer was running slow, so at the advise of the IT person at work, I got an external drive and downloaded all of my videos & music to it. I also reinstalled Windows XP w/ any updates, installed the new WMP, all my drivers, Adobe Flash player and Internet Explorer. Since I did this, my audio on any website is messed up. I get perfect audio on WMP and Netflix. If I play a video on Hulu, MSN, Youtube ect, I can hear really, really low. If I put my ear to the speaker I can barely hear anything. I have checked every volume on my system, I've downloaded K-lite codec pack, I put some codes in the registry editor (a tech forum recommended this), I've done everything, nothing helps. When I run a test on the RealTek sound manager it has sound. I'm just stumped. PLEASE, I need help. Thank you
     
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    Thank you for responding. I downloaded the ASUS deluxe driver. No sound, so I reboot. Then as soon as I tried to connect to the internet my system would reboot by itself. I restored the system to yesterdays date, still no sound. Any other suggestions? Again, thank you for helping me.
     
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    Actually, now no media player works. I tried Silverlight and it doesn't work on Netflix. Should I somehow delete that ASUS RealTek file? I hate to sound so incredibly stupid.
     
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