Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Then scroll down to Multimedia and check the box before Play sounds in web pages. At least, we know something more now. Anyway it's actually simple and nothing to do with drivers etc. Or which ones will I have to customize again? However, if you need to be a bit careful or want to save cache and cookies of some specific websites, then here are complete guides to delete and in Chrome. Method 2: Using volume mixer to check the sound Windows 10 has a feature that allows you to adjust the volume level for specific apps.
If sound plays properly on apps other than Chrome, chances are you might have muted the volume for Chrome. I would prefer them to be a last resort though, as I do not want to risk any bugs. So, my question: why in there and not in my own profile? At first, I could not get any sound in any fashion but play around with the Realtek driver until I changed the audio channels to 7. Thanks so much for replying. I had fixed my issue with no sound from Google Chrome when watching YouTube videos. If no sound is coming from Chrome Canary as well, then the problem is with your Chrome browser only.
I click one and the other disables anyway. If you find a volume control on the web app, make sure that the sound is audible as well. On the second node, pretty much all the same components but You tube will not play audio in Firefox browser. As far as the regular two speaker setup is concerned, you can select either stereo or 2. Test the recording feature with the headset since one sound card does both I'm interested to see if it works? However, if the configuration is not an issue, then using Chrome Canary or reinstall Chrome solves the problem.
Visit Youtube and watch any video. If the problem is solved, then it must be a bug in the stable version of Chrome that has been fixed in Chrome Canary. I spent 2 hours looking for a solution. On the other hand, these extensions can interfere with your browser and cause audio issues. Opened up Internet Explorer and sound works for both YouTube and Pandora.
Here is a statement from a Googler. Sound in YouTube is as it should be in that new config. There can be many issues that could lead to no audio in Chrome, therefore there is no single solution to this problem. So I decided to disable 2 of the flash player plugins and leave one running and it worked! It took only a few seconds to solve the problem, a solution which had eluded me for about one hour. Do you have System sound in the rest of Windows? If you are still stuck, then share details with us and we might be able to help. Consequently, Chrome becomes overloaded with temporary data, causing various issues like lack of audio. And, finally, the button was counter intuitive because when my settings were set to mute, the button grey seemed to be saying i should click on it to set mute! A lot of people on the Google product forums are experiencing this issue as well.
Let us know in the comments if you managed to fix Google Chrome no sound problem or not. Right-click the shortcut and select properties. Re-installed Chrome and logged into my Google account - all my bookmarks, passwords were saved, etc. Today we had a same issue. Unmute Chrome in volume mixer Your system sound might not be mute, but there is a chance Chrome sound is mute as an individual app. The sound on other browsers work as well. That said, it is essential to have the latest and compatible driver versions for your Windows 10 system.
Mouse Right Click on the sound icon and Select open Volume Mixer 04. Fix 5: Clear cache and cookies Cache and cookies are some temporary data that help speed up webpage loading. Chrome does not have control over the number of plug-ins installed. Fix 4: Make sure the page is not mute Another possible reason for this Chrome-no-sound problem is sound is mute on Internet page. Can you hear Google engineers? The image I embedded represents a couple of the sound devices Here are the rest. Fix 3: Check sound on volume mixer Volume mixer is a feature in Windows that allows us to adjust the volumes for individual apps.
However, that solution does not always bring good results. Method 3: Clearing your browser cookies and cache Cookies and cache are temporary files that boost the loading speed of web pages. My solution worked by disabling one Flash Shockwave and leaving Shockwave enabled. You can also try isolating the problematic extension. In this case, the built-in one. When you click on it it changes to blue and says 'allow sites to play sound' I guess at some time i must have silenced an annoying advert or video somehow and then forgotten about it?? The cause of this bug comes from the newest flash player, version 11. Would that be a way to solve this? Therefore, Chrome is the only culprit.
Moreover, some of the solutions included in this article may not be applicable to you. Also my laptop traybar sound icon set to max. See if it helps you. But they can also interfere with our Chrome browser and cause the Chrome no sound issue. As for which version of Windows and Chrome I have, it's Windows 10 and Chrome 60.