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I have a strange situation. I'm running Vista on a desktop HP and can listen to streaming radio and podcasts with no problem. But when I play video clips on the CNN or HBO or YouTube or Hulu sites the video is fine, but there is no audio. I have Flash Player Version 220.127.116.11.2 installed.
So I guess this can't be a sound card issue and that somehow a setting needs to be changed, but what setting?
What browser do you use? Did you try different browser?
I use Firefox. I've just tried Internet Explorer, which told me to download a newer version of Flash Player. I did and now get both audio and video on Internet Explorer, but not Firefox. I have the latest version of Flash Player (10.0.45.2) for use with Firefox, but I still don't the get the audio in videos when using Firefox (which I prefer).