I click one and the other disables anyway. Thanks again for your help. At least, we know something more now. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum There are a lot of bad or obvious tips on how to cure You tube sound dropouts. Before resetting, I tried out something else: new user in Chrome. If you have difficulty updating the drivers manually, you can use to help you.
Restart Chrome, this worked for me and stays removed. I should switch to CableOne. On the second node, pretty much all the same components but You tube will not play audio in Firefox browser. The sound will work in everything but chrome. A lot of people on the Google product forums are experiencing this issue as well. Ending thoughts In most cases, the first two solutions are the reason for no sound in Chrome. In fact, can one return to one's original settings in Chrome this is probably beyond the scope of this sound thread, but still.
Thanks for the info about preserving a current profile. My solution worked by disabling one Flash Shockwave and leaving Shockwave enabled. If other browsers have the sound, it means the problem is caused by the browser being used. That is your default audio playback device. Can you hear Google engineers? What we're trying to do is identify why this happens with Pepper Flash, and providing us system details see my Best Answer post would help us track down the root cause, and fix it. It took only a few seconds to solve the problem, a solution which had eluded me for about one hour.
Chrome does not have control over the number of plug-ins installed. Checking will only take a couple of minutes and could solve your issue without extreme measures. It just might, because I have never had audio in Chrome. Now you will see a sound icon at the bottom in the right corner. I cannot access YouTube at all on the new Firefox 29. Below I have provided instructions to completely delete all the cache and cookies in Chrome.
My next guess was a issue with Adobe's Flash plugin. Go to Sound Manager not the mixer right click on the headphones icon and see if there's a tab labeled enhancements and select loudness equalization. Google states that users have reported Spyware Doctor, Comodo Firewall and McAfee Enterprise may conflict with Google Chrome. I'm not using crappy chrome any more. After restarting Google Chrome, the plugin re-enables itself. The only way to find out why is to eliminate everything else. I recently had a problem where I could not get any sound to play when I was watching YouTube videos or playing flash games in Google Chrome.
Use Chrome Canary Chrome Canary is a version of Chrome that gets the latest features and bug fixes before any build. Yesterday evening I noticed that I was not getting any audio in Firefox. Here is a statement from a Googler. Then go to , a community-run website dedicated to providing solutions to problems, issues, and errors that occur in everyday situations from software like Windows 7 to hardware like a bicycle. When asked to sign-in with a Google account, decline the request and check if the issue is fixed. Let us know in the comments if you managed to fix Google Chrome no sound problem or not. If yes, click on it to unmute the sound.
I spent 2 hours looking for a solution. Many sound problems are caused by hardware that isn't set up properly. However, if the configuration is not an issue, then using Chrome Canary or reinstall Chrome solves the problem. There can be many issues that could lead to no audio in Chrome, therefore there is no single solution to this problem. Once done, and see if the issue is resolved or not. So I decided to disable 2 of the flash player plugins and leave one running and it worked! Test the recording feature with the headset since one sound card does both I'm interested to see if it works? User Profile If Google Chrome crashes repeatedly, you may need a new browser user profile.
Hope it works for you too. I never use it for anything else though. It says 17 on top of my Flash tab. Create a new browser user profile by exiting Google Chrome and opening a new Windows Explorer window. So, here goes: - All of a sudden all films on YouTube have no sound. Please open Google Chrome web browser.