Why would your computer have no sound for videos?
So, what happens is, I turn on the computer, go to watch a video on YouTube, no sound. I shut down the computer, turn it on again, and then there is sound.
This depends heavily on what your using for sound and what you used your flash for. Most of the time you just have to refresh the page or browser and it will work fine, if no sound still comes out check under your playback settings where your sound mixer is - make sure you set the sound back to your speakers or headset to default again!
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