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No sound on various websites

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by esther1, Apr 8, 2015.

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  1. esther1

    esther1 Thread Starter

    Mar 23, 2015
    Hello, I have a hp probook 440 and it has windows 7 on it. Lately I have noticed that on some websites that used to play fine I no longer have sound. My speakers are working fine on youtube, and various other sites but like on huffingpost no sound and another site no sound. I need to know why this is for it is not my speakers at all. Thanks!:)
  2. Mr Davo

    Mr Davo

    Mar 15, 2009
    First try the 'troublesome website(s)', e.g.: Huffington Post, using multiple browsers to see if the issue is not related to a broader speaker setting. If the issue persists using two or more browsers then the issue is likely related to a broader Windows setting, or possibly a browser plug-in setting.

    If the issue is with one browser try cleaning out / resetting the browser that you are using.

    If using Internet Explorer in addition to deleting 'Temporary Internet Files', you can perform a full browser reset by Clicking on the Cog icon (top right hand corner) > Internet Options > Advanced (tab) > Reset > Reset...then follow any additional prompts.
  3. LajnerCi


    Jul 27, 2014
    Look in other browsers if they play sound
    Try to reinstall your current browser
    Maybe try using ccleaner
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