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    Default Speaker Issue....

    The volume has stopped working on any web-page or online application on my computer.....

    iTunes works as it should. I can hear all the music I play through it. The issue seems to be with Windows media player. All the settings for it are at max volume but I hear nothing when I try to play any type of media through it -- audio or video.

    Any ideas?

    I'm running Windows Vista with the latest media player version. I have done no updates of any sort between when it worked and now....
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    I'd try to re-install the sound card drivers. Other then that, sounds like a microsoft problem. Maybe re-installing direct x?
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    Why would a sound card driver work in some applications and not others?
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    What browser?
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    IE

    I did a search for new files since the 29th. Nothing noteworthy.
    I did a restore to 3 days earlier. Problem solved; although I'd like to know what the cause was still...
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    What most likely happened was that IE lost the program associations for media files. It's windows, it just happens sometimes.
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    I had a similar issue recently on XP. Found that re-installing Adobe Flash and Macromedia players fixed the issue.

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