Make sure you check the video in some other video streaming website before you proceed with any other fix because there are many videos which are uploaded without any audio. When I get a chance I'm going to try to get a fully working dual boot. Meh I've tried at least 12 different ways. You can access it via the in Windows 10. Hope it will resolve your problem.
Sometimes the YouTube built-in voice controller are also muted or at lowest volume setting. Tried integrating them with R7Lite, tried doing an unattended setup, but each time, it gets stuck on the select language starting screen. Checked on YouTube and several other video hosting sites and sound was not playing. But that is really odd that non-browser sounds were still working. In between the dead sound I almost freak out and mentally start to diagnose what the problem is.
If your audio is Realtek Windows 10 dislikes those drivers and I had to force it to use them. Restart the browser, play again in same browser. Tried various videos, same thing. Mouse Right Click on the sound icon and Select open Volume Mixer 04. The sound on other browsers work as well.
If it is, then reseting or reinstalling the web browser is an option you may want to consider. I guess I was thinking about my setup. So, if you are facing this no sound error, try updating your browser and check if the issue is resolved. I'm having a lot of fun messing with this box. Checking will only take a couple of minutes and could solve your issue without extreme measures. Adobe Flash player is not muted either Im using a Razer Kraken 7.
Try closing all the running programs and check if the issue resolves. So I decided to disable 2 of the flash player plugins and leave one running and it worked! It could have happened that the volume for the Firefox browser was all turned down. Windows 8 running on Chromebox! Now you will see a sound icon at the bottom in the right corner. Of course, this isn't visible on my Chrome interface, but I got to it eventually I move back and forth by clicking in the upper-left hand corner of the screen. As for which version of Windows and Chrome I have, it's Windows 10 and Chrome 60.
Method 1: I would suggest you to run audo troubleshooter to diagnose the exact issue. Related reads: No sound in Firefox. Turned out it was not unfortunately. I'll start by saying that this happened after I downloaded the latest version of Google Chrome, which I find really irritating -- it gives me a whole new overlay, and the button bar at the bottom -- which includes Internet Explorer, as well as any document I happened to be working on -- isn't accessible anymore. Anyway, that's what worked for me. The cause of this bug comes from the newest flash player, version 11. This worked because you disabled the plugins, and it looks like whenever Chrome starts it recopies the files from the Program Files directory into the Appdata section, if you remove the Program files folder, it will still copy a blank Pepperflash folder back into the appdata, but it will have no contents in it, and thus will not re-enable the plugin.
I had one of the strangest experiences ever in the past 24 hours. Any ideas why on Google Chrome I can't hear sound until I'm 5 seconds into the video?. Audio does not seem to work, otherwise it seems fine. A check on Adobe's website revealed that the latest Flash version was installed on the system. Check and make sure that your device speakers are not muted or at the lowest volume setting. Once verified that Firefox was not playing sound at all I checked if I could hear audio on the local system which worked fine. It is seen in many cases that updating to a latest Flash Player version creates some problems with the audio on your devices.
Still, I went to the Logitech website and downloaded the latest driver version for my. Visit Youtube and watch any video. If someone gets Windows 7 working I'd go for that since media center is the only app on Windows I really care about that would be great, but I don't have a problem paying for it from the app store if there is sound. Lol Thanks everyone for reading and helping! I did all of the following steps in this order. Such error occurs when your browser is not updated to the latest version. Try a Windows 8 support forum, or Microsoft support.
I did not put to much hope into the solution though as it felt unrealistic as audio was still playing on the desktop. You can also try playing that video in some other web browser to check if the problem is with your browser. That way I can most likely tell you how to make it work! You need to check and see if windows 10 installed a Vaudio driver for your physical sound card. That is your default audio playback device. Yesterday evening I noticed that I was not getting any audio in Firefox. This has happened once before but I was able to resolve it. I click one and the other disables anyway.
My next - and last guess - was that the installed audio driver was corrupt somehow. Any ideas what I should try? Anyway, that wasn't the problem. Probably the sound was set to mute under Google Chrome. Try a Windows 8 support forum, or Microsoft support. This should have fixed your sound and youtube videos getting stuck. I'm not using crappy chrome any more.