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No Sound Windows Xp

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#1 1robster1


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Posted 14 September 2007 - 04:17 PM

I've searched everywhere and tried everyone elses fixes on sound issues. None are working. I have no sound during start up and no sound while viewing on you tube. Videos watched on real player or windows media player work great with perfect sound. one thing i have noticed that no one else has posted/mentioned in their sound issues is that in my control panel under "sounds and audio devices" "sound tab" there are the windows default sounds which can be highlighted and tested. Typically when one is highlighted you can play the sound and test it. Currently when i highlight one, the play button remains greyed out. Im guessing that whatever is causing this may be related to why i have no sound upon start up or viewing you tube videos. This must be something simple but im just missing it. Im starting to go crazy. Anyone have any ideas???? Running XP


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#2 1robster1


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Posted 14 September 2007 - 04:58 PM

Got it fixed. Downloaded the K-lite Codec Pack. All sound works like a champ. :P

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Posted 15 September 2007 - 03:32 AM

Hi 1robster1, Well done on getting it fixed: :thumbup: and thanks for coming back and sharing the fix with us. Regards paws
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