No sound in Macromedia Flash Player 9?

22/08/2006 8:26 | Internet | 294 replies | 128692 views | RSS

I just reinstalled my system with XP SP2 and found that sound in Macromedia Flash player (version 9) wasn’t working. I compared it to another machine and found out that – for some obscure reason – the wavemapper mapping was missing.

I tried reinstalling other versions of the Flash player, but to no success … So I added the mapping myself via the registry.

Go to the following sweetspot in your registry:

My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32

Create a new String value named “wavemapper“. As value give it “msacm32.drv“.

And that’s it, no restart necessary, all your Flash embedded videos will have sound again :)


  1. On 27 September 2006 at 17h13, anonymous wrote

    save my life

  2. On 27 September 2006 at 19h27, Selder wrote

    Ah cool, I thought I was the only one having this problem because there were still no replies :p

  3. On 30 September 2006 at 10h56, anonymous wrote

    Had the no audi problem (version 8) and this solution worked for me too

  4. On 22 October 2006 at 20h36, anonymous wrote

    No Sound – XP SP2 in Macromedia Flash player (version 9).

    THANKS

    I have been looking for umpteen weeks to get audio with XP SP2 in Macromedia Flash player (version 9). I tried this solution after trying to figure out what other forums were trying to say. IT REALLY DID WORK and is quite simple.

    Go to START > RUN > REGEDIT.EXE
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32
    Create a new String value named “wavemapper“. As value give it “msacm32.drv“.

    (RIGHT CLICK the RIGHT WINDOW / NEW / STRING VALUE –enter “wavemapper“
    HIHGLIGHT wavemapper for VALUE AS and enter– msacam32.drv

    Sound is now coming in loud and clear.
    Now only one problem, I can’t control the sound.

    VOLUM CONTROL >> Control Panel / Sounds and Audio Devices / VOLUME / Place volume icon in the taskbar. Now I still don’t have an icon in the task bar, but I can control the overall volume or I can actually go to the speaker and adjust the volume.

  5. On 22 October 2006 at 22h06, Selder wrote

    *cough* isn’t that what I said in the original article? ;)

  6. On 23 October 2006 at 16h40, anonymous wrote

    PS: No Sound – XP SP2 in Macromedia Flash player (version 9).

    Yes Selder it is, and if you happened to notice, I also told you thanks.

    Also if you still are not getting any sound, go to:
    Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services > Windows Audio and make sure the Status column has been started. Services are not saving my settings so I have to do this every time I reboot.

  7. On 23 October 2006 at 16h44, Selder wrote

    Oh no, sorry, I just didn’t understood what you were trying to say … thanks for that tip about the services!

  8. On 24 November 2006 at 22h54, Bronek_PL wrote

    Thank You very, very, very much :) I have been looking for this solution for ages! It really works! Life with sound on YouTube.com is much better :D

  9. On 30 November 2006 at 19h38, anonymous wrote

    fantastic – I have been going round in circles with this one trying to figure it out.

    Nice little registry fix there, cheers m’dear.

    Hopefully Adobe will catch on and sort this one out in the installer.

  10. On 3 December 2006 at 19h22, anonymous wrote

    it didnt work for me

  11. On 17 December 2006 at 00h58, anonymous wrote

    it didnt work for me also i am still searching …

  12. On 17 December 2006 at 12h46, anonymous wrote

    What a genius piece of help, I’ve been searching for two months for this solution.

    It has also solved by windows sound problem, where I could play videos but had lost the ability to play simple windows sound !

    Many thanks

  13. On 19 December 2006 at 00h42, anonymous wrote

    it worked for me!!!!
    Many thanks!!!

  14. On 23 December 2006 at 17h33, anonymous wrote

    If it didn’t work, try the post above that says:

    Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services > Windows Audio and make sure the Status column has been started.

    Excellent fix! Thank you!

  15. On 2 January 2007 at 20h02, anonymous wrote

    Yeahhhh!!! Thanks! It works!!!

  16. On 3 January 2007 at 03h34, solo wrote

    Saved my life too!!! I was about to buy a new sound card just before I saw your article. In addition, my system had no sound when playing MIDI files. I found a fix to that based on your solution:

    at the same place where you add “wavemapper”, add a new string named “midimapper” and gives it a value “midimap.dll”.

  17. On 3 January 2007 at 04h05, anonymous wrote

    Wow, that’s awesome. I had no idea why half my sound wasn’t working. Cd’s played in the disk drive, but sound didn’t work in macromedia. Thanks!

  18. On 5 January 2007 at 22h44, anonymous wrote

    Thank you, I apprecaite the fix, works mint … thanks again for your hours of persistence. :)

    Rob

  19. On 6 January 2007 at 05h49, anonymous wrote

    awesome. worked like a charm. can’t thank you all enough. i dont know who figured it out but good on ya. been trying to figure this out for a little while and ive just been goin around in circles. cheers HTID

  20. On 8 January 2007 at 18h36, anonymous wrote

    My God dude you safed my from going nuts. THANKS

  21. On 8 January 2007 at 18h39, Selder wrote

    I know the feeling :p

    I don’t understand though why that registry entry was missing in the first place, maybe a bad update somewhere?

  22. On 10 January 2007 at 19h56, anonymous wrote

    Searched hours for how to fix this! Thanks!!!!!!

  23. On 11 January 2007 at 08h40, anonymous wrote

    I love you. I’ve been trying to figure out what was wrong on and off for a month. I can’t thank you enough.

  24. On 12 January 2007 at 11h02, anonymous wrote

    you are a lifesaver! may gods of .dll and .ini files walk along your path forever!

  25. On 12 January 2007 at 23h24, kyldgrf wrote

    I have both of the entries in my registry, but still no sound. Tried to uninstall/install Flash 9, but to no avail. Any other suggestions??

  26. On 14 January 2007 at 19h11, mirrrrrrrrrrrrrr wrote

    tank you very much

  27. On 14 January 2007 at 20h36, Selder wrote

    kyldgrf, not really, maybe uninstall Flash player completely, remove all folders and files left behind, and clean your registry, reboot and then try installing it again?

  28. On 15 January 2007 at 07h45, anonymous wrote

    this this worked

  29. On 15 January 2007 at 07h45, anonymous wrote

    thanks this worked like a charm

  30. On 17 January 2007 at 16h15, anonymous wrote

    still no joy – every now and again the sound will come back but then if i restart my computer it goes again. wierd and damn annoying!

  31. On 19 January 2007 at 17h48, anonymous wrote

    i dont have driver32

  32. On 19 January 2007 at 18h30, anonymous wrote

    i followed the path you suggested, but all i have is Drivers and drivers.desc no Driver32

  33. On 19 January 2007 at 18h47, Selder wrote

    Hmm. Strange. You are running Windows XP SP2, are you?

  34. On 21 January 2007 at 17h08, RemcOZ wrote

    Thank you verry much!!!

  35. On 24 January 2007 at 22h17, Jiggy wrote

    Just curious to know if this fix works for Windows 98 SE. I can get audio with everything except flash players. Youtube won’t work or anything that uses a flash player. Before I go and tinker with my registery I just though I’d ask first. I get audio with quicktime and avi files but no sound from using flash players. I just want to be able to hear stuff on youtube. Can anyone verify if this fix works on any Windows OS ?

  36. On 24 January 2007 at 22h22, Selder wrote

    I could, or I’d like to think I could … only thing that’s holding me back is time :) Precious time …

    If I find a spare moment or 2, I could install 98SE in a VMware and take a look at it …

  37. On 25 January 2007 at 15h57, Jiggy wrote

    If this fix doesn’t work, do you recommend upgrading to windows 2000 ? On youtube’s website it says that you need windows 2K or higher for sound to work properly. I just don’t wanna go through the lengthy procedure installing an OS plus my hard drive space is very limited and don’t know if I even have enough as I only have a 3 GB HD. I have about 1 GB left. Suggestions ? Should I just say “the hell with it” and try the fix first ? Or just go for the upgrade instead ? I don’t have a copy of windows 2K but my brother does. What should I do ???

  38. On 25 January 2007 at 17h05, Selder wrote

    If you are asking my opinion, I wouldn’t stay with Windows 98, I’d install something new, even XP.

  39. On 25 January 2007 at 19h11, Jiggy wrote

    Thanks. I guess it doesn’t hurt to try the fix first. If that fails, I’ll just install the upgrade. I still don’t understand why I can’t get sound from youtube. Damn computers……

  40. On 25 January 2007 at 23h30, Selder wrote

    Computers they sure are a pain in the **** :)

  41. On 26 January 2007 at 21h26, V0RT3X wrote

    OMG, I have been having no sound for almost a year while playing embedded flash videos. I tried everything including reinstall flash, reinstall all my browser, reinstall my sound card driver, you name it, i tried it. But this finally solved it. Thank you so much

  42. On 26 January 2007 at 21h43, Selder wrote

    ;)

  43. On 27 January 2007 at 13h12, anonymous wrote

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

  44. On 27 January 2007 at 17h55, anonymous wrote

    isn’t this a windows problem ?

  45. On 27 January 2007 at 19h03, anonymous wrote

    I have Windows VISTA and I have same exact problem…
    There is no DRIVERS32 for me though. pls help!!!

  46. On 27 January 2007 at 20h41, sashuly wrote

    That’s wonderful these “solutions” have worked for so many…..but sadly none of them are my problem. I get sound with everything else. Usually hear a buzz/bleep at the start up like flashplayer is trying to produce sound. On just a few I’ve heard a faint, faint sound in the background and after cranking the speakers way, way up have heard a very “compromised” sound playing. Any other ideas from anyone, please?? Thanks in advance.

  47. On 28 January 2007 at 18h22, anonymous wrote

    Fixed and thanks for the update reg entry. After i put both in, i got sound right away without rebooting.

    Thanks again.

  48. On 29 January 2007 at 20h53, Jiggy wrote

    I tried this so called “fix” last night and it didn’t work for me. I’m running windows 98 SE and had a feeling it wouldn’t work. Any other suggestions ???

  49. On 1 February 2007 at 04h44, Tim wrote

    Wow. I’ve had the same problem for like 6 months now and I tried that registry thing and it worked. Thanks so much

  50. On 4 February 2007 at 11h25, anonymous wrote

    thank you so much

  51. On 5 February 2007 at 21h21, anonymous wrote

    Tried it but i still get no sound, this is reallt bugging me now i have had no sound on flash or embedded videos since i first got this comp back in august…

  52. On 6 February 2007 at 11h15, anonymous wrote

    Honestly, you must be some kind of god. I have been trying to figure this out for like 6 months now. This totally fixed it!!

  53. On 6 February 2007 at 19h07, Julius wrote

    Amazing! Same as Tim here, had given up for a couple of months before I came across this post. How do you find out stuff like this?!

    Great job! Thanks allot! Peace!

  54. On 7 February 2007 at 07h38, anonymous wrote

    Thank you so much, I had looked for so long, and it always pissed me off that I couldn’t hear music on myspace or watch youtube or any streaming media… Thank you so much

  55. On 7 February 2007 at 10h08, king kong wrote

    Macro8 with plugin, (validated)WinXpSP2, recently updated Macro and since then no audio on YouTube.
    Followed ALL instructions above, done reboots between mods, installs, removals and still no audio.

    Any ideas where I can dl a previous full MacroMedia install from?

  56. On 7 February 2007 at 10h38, Selder wrote

    It’s indeed strange that it doesn’t work for all people. Maybe there is another registry entry somewhere or some sort of cache which makes it not work.

    Someone posted he used CCleaner and that he had sound after that, maybe try that?

  57. On 7 February 2007 at 12h31, anonymous wrote

    this solution did not work for me. I am assuming thats because i did not have a driver32 folder. In windows NT I just have a drivers folder in which i tried making the suggested changes to no avail. Please help me out. I am using windows xp professional SP2.

  58. On 7 February 2007 at 12h39, Selder wrote

    Can you provide me a screenshot of that registry entry?

  59. On 7 February 2007 at 12h44, anonymous wrote

    how do i provide you that? i mean do you want me to email it to you? if so what is your email address. Sorry i am a novice at this!

  60. On 7 February 2007 at 13h09, Selder wrote

    Hehe, you could email it indeed

    Open regedit on the key in the procedure (the key you say you don’t have), and press the ‘printscreen’ button on your keyboard. Now open your emailclient (outlook or thunderbird or whatever) and press “CTRL+V”. Now send that mail to selder at weyland dot be :)

  61. On 7 February 2007 at 21h28, anonymous wrote

    Youre great!!

  62. On 8 February 2007 at 07h04, figzy wrote

    woooo, ive been trying to fix this for ages. thanks champ

  63. On 10 February 2007 at 18h09, temporary guy... wrote

    really you’re great! Thank you!!!!!

  64. On 11 February 2007 at 03h45, anonymous wrote

    I have tried all the fixes posted in this and other forums to no avail. . . .Until, I read one poster say he checked his drivers and did not find msacm32.drv. When I looked in my computer I could not find the driver, either. After I added it through an install with my XP disk I found all my XP sounds working again and flash 9 has sound, too.

    So, this should be one more thing to check if you are having problems. It does no good for the registry to point to something that is not there. I don’t have a clue how my msacm32.drv disappeared in the first place.

  65. On 11 February 2007 at 17h24, Selder wrote

    Ah, I remember checking if I had all the standard Audio codecs on my XP when I didn’t have sound in Flash, but all the drivers were available. Worth checking out if you are having no sound indeed!

  66. On 13 February 2007 at 05h04, xptoast wrote

    Please help. I just built a new system. It has windows xp on it and I cant get flash audio to work. I tried all the above things dealing with the system registry and checking its status. I tried going back to flash 9 and it didnt work. Flash 10 is out so it downloads that from the flash site. I had nine in my old files. A stand alone install. Needing this audio to work. I hoep someone has some ideas. I also found the driver on my computer so thats not it I dont think.

  67. On 13 February 2007 at 21h35, anonymous wrote

    i got windows xp followed you instructions but its still not working, i get audio on some websites but not on youtube and alluc.org
    help me plz

  68. On 14 February 2007 at 00h01, Selder wrote

    I’m sorry, but the solution i wrote in the article is what worked for me. And since I have sound in Flash movies now, I don’t even know where to begin searching for a solution for something that isn’t broke! :)

  69. On 16 February 2007 at 01h29, LTetrisBlock wrote

    Hello Selder and thank you, or more specifically: anonymous post on 22 October 2006 at 20h36 for this solution. For a little over a month now I have been looking for a solution to this flash audio problem. I would look for updates every-other day (school work got in the way) and because of this it would be difficult to keep track of what I had tried over time. Today I stumbled onto your post after a periodic Google search. I had seen your solution, Selder, on other forums before, and passed it over because I had this file in my registry, or so I thought. I scrolled down onto the comments to see if there were any knew solutions and stumbled onto the above anonymous’s post. At first, I didn’t think much of the post until I realized that he makes reference to the wavemapper value as msacm32.drv first AND msacam32.drv later. I shuddered at what this could mean and looked to see Selder’s post had it as msacm32.drv. I looked at the wavemapper in my own registry and saw that it said either from some computer glitch, a typo, or my own dyslexia: msacam32.drv. I find it quite funny despite the frustration.

    The theme of this story: Make sure that your wavemapper says msaCM32.drv and NOT msaCAM32.drv anonymouii.

  70. On 16 February 2007 at 08h03, Selder wrote

    LTetrisBlock, thanks, maybe I should highlight msaCM32.drv in the original article ;)

  71. On 16 February 2007 at 20h16, K_A_N_O wrote

    Another one saved by this article!! THKS A LOT!!!!

  72. On 17 February 2007 at 01h27, Dark Matter wrote

    Thanks
    you really saved my day i got crazy trying to fix it with no hope
    thanks again and god bless you

  73. On 17 February 2007 at 05h40, wing wrote

    Wow, just…wow. I’ve been at this off and on for a couple of months. I wasn’t just missing audio in flash videos, but also my windows system sounds wouldn’t play and my keyboard volume keys didn’t work. I had to use sndvol32 to adjust volume :(

    I’m not even sure what caused the problem to begin with, I think for me it might have been when I updated nForce drivers, but who knows. This reg key just fixed all of my problems! :D

    Thanks man, you really saved me. I’ll name my next computer after you. :p

  74. On 17 February 2007 at 10h34, Selder wrote

    Haha, Wing, that’s the coolest comment yet! :)

  75. On 18 February 2007 at 05h12, Centerman wrote

    Followed the instructions and this returned sound to Flash Player. To anyone interested, my sound loss was caused by trying a program called Error Doctor 2007.

  76. On 18 February 2007 at 09h53, anonymous wrote

    thankz a lot!

  77. On 18 February 2007 at 21h06, anonymous wrote

    could someone walk me through step by step of how to fix it, Im not good at programming or really understand it. If someone didnt mind please tell me how to fix this problem because it is driving me crazy

    I just dont know what adding a new string and giving it a value means…thanks in advance

  78. On 19 February 2007 at 15h34, anonymous wrote

    I have got the no sound with flash player. I have being useing error doctor 2007, What did you do remove Error doctor 2007 to get sound back with flash player

  79. On 19 February 2007 at 22h01, Mike wrote

    TRY THIS BEFORE YOU GO TRYING TO EDIT YOUR REGISTRY EASY FIX!

    I had no sound from flash player but i could get sound on media player etc… I went to the registry and already had the entries talked about in this post. When i went to control panel clicked on sounds and audio devices and looked under the audio tab the default playback device listed was Modem #0 line playback. I pulled down the drop down menu and had nothing else to choose. I clicked the hardware tab clicked on SoundMAX Integrated Audio (you may have a different sound card) I uninstalled the driver. Once i uninstalled my computer recognized new hardware prompted me to re-install the SoundMAX driver. Once that was done i went back to Sounds in the control panel and i was able to choose SoundMAX as my default playback device. IT WORKS PERFECT NOW. You may need a restart after uninstalling but i assure you that if your default playback device is your modem line this fix will work.

  80. On 19 February 2007 at 22h47, Selder wrote

    So, your 1-reboot-required solution is better than mine doesn’t-need-a-reboot solution? :)

  81. On 19 February 2007 at 23h42, Centerman wrote

    “I have got the no sound with flash player. I have being useing error doctor 2007, What did you do remove Error doctor 2007 to get sound back with flash player”

    Error Doctor 2007 is surely a killer when it comes to sound in Flash Player. Be warned. I followed the instructions for the Registry fix here to restore my sound and then I uninstalled Error Doctor 2007. It flags too many files as high risk that are not dangerous to my system. It will also cripple Spybot Search and Destroy from working properly among other things.

  82. On 20 February 2007 at 00h06, anonymous wrote

    you guys are great all of the above wasn’t working or it was already there and Mike’s post was the key for me.

    TRY THIS BEFORE YOU GO TRYING TO EDIT YOUR REGISTRY EASY FIX!

    don’t know how i missed that before but it works.

    thanks again everyone!

  83. On 20 February 2007 at 02h24, anonymous wrote

    I have xp and i don’t have DRIVERS32 i only have drivers and drivers.desc

    HELP?!?!?!!

  84. On 20 February 2007 at 15h11, Selder wrote

    Could you provide a screenshot of your registry key? Host it somewhere on flickr or imageshack or something…

  85. On 20 February 2007 at 22h19, culprit wrote

    it’s amazing how many people have this problem and i have it, too! ;-)
    flash doesn’t work at youtube, but unfortunately i belong to that small group which already have the 2 registry codes mentioned, so it must be another one or something different.
    can someone help me, shall i email a copy of my drivers32 or something?

    ps: i use win xp sp2, had no problems until recently, don’t know why

  86. On 20 February 2007 at 22h25, Selder wrote

    As someone already said, try reinstalling the driver for your soundcard…

  87. On 21 February 2007 at 00h43, anonymous wrote

    I too had the correct registry entries but my playback device was listed as Modem #0 under contro panel/sounds and audio devices. I simply selected the “soundMax Digital Audio” as my default device and once again I get sound. I’d been struggling with this for over a week so I’m very grateful for this information!!

  88. On 22 February 2007 at 13h56, anonymous wrote

    thanks..it worked straight away for me..:)

  89. On 24 February 2007 at 22h27, Daniel wrote

    AWESOME THANKS!!!!!

  90. On 24 February 2007 at 23h55, anonymous wrote

    Impressive. It worked for me right at once! Thanks a lot for posting the solution, as I work in a corporate system and rebuilding the sys is plainly a mess.

    Should I know a million languages, I would thank you a million times.

  91. On 25 February 2007 at 15h53, anonymous wrote

    Hi I tried this fix and after reboot i get sound however it is only in mono. Is there a solution to get stereo?

  92. On 25 February 2007 at 15h54, anonymous wrote

    Nevermind, I’m a bonehead!!!

  93. On 26 February 2007 at 06h26, anonymous wrote

    thank you very very much
    you did help me also
    thanks a lot

  94. On 26 February 2007 at 07h21, anonymous wrote

    work 100%

    thanks so much for the fix!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  95. On 27 February 2007 at 07h14, anonymous wrote

    YOU DA MAN !!!
    thanx

  96. On 28 February 2007 at 15h11, anonymous wrote

    Yeah!

    Thx so much man

  97. On 1 March 2007 at 01h43, anonymous wrote

    Just to add to the mystery, I have a system were Flash Audio doesn’t work for ONE user, but does for all other users. The registry entries are present, with Audio service has been started, and the audio playback device is properly set to the sound card. Anyone have an idea where to check next?

    Thx in advance, and a great big tip o’ me hat for anyone who offers an idea!

  98. On 1 March 2007 at 06h48, Justso wrote

    really works~!!!! thx, this problem played with me for weeks~~~

  99. On 1 March 2007 at 17h25, anonymous wrote

    great ! worked right away ! thanks

  100. On 1 March 2007 at 17h59, anonymous wrote

    NOW CAN ANYONE TELL HOW TO DO IT ON A MAC?

  101. On 1 March 2007 at 20h25, anonymous wrote

    I spent one hour here trying all that, until I read again:

    Make sure that your wavemapper says msaCM32.drv and NOT msaCAM32.drv

    Great solution, thanks a lot!!!!

  102. On 2 March 2007 at 02h44, anonymous wrote

    the following is the answer:

    I too had the correct registry entries but my playback device was listed as Modem #0 under contro panel/sounds and audio devices. I simply selected the “soundMax Digital Audio” as my default device and once again I get sound. I’d been struggling with this for over a week so I’m very grateful for this information!!

  103. On 3 March 2007 at 03h42, anonymous wrote

    thank you thank you thank you…

    i now have sound~~!!!

  104. On 3 March 2007 at 13h52, Anonymous wrote

    im dont no why youitube’s volume is not working it dont make no sense and it is one of my favourite’s sites and i really need it to check out stuff that i really like

  105. On 16 March 2007 at 03h10, anonymous wrote

    you are a god to me, worked a charm. Have been looking for a fix for 6 months…

  106. On 16 March 2007 at 09h37, anonymous wrote

    Thanks wow that was easy, Almost made it a lot harder good save finding the Info

  107. On 16 March 2007 at 11h38, anonymous wrote

    “Make sure that your wavemapper says msaCM32.drv and NOT msaCAM32.drv anonymouii”
    yes, it work for me ! :) Thank you all !!!

  108. On 17 March 2007 at 19h31, Anominus wrote

    So on the same subject, I have now experienced this same problem on two different computers. XP and 2000 now both have the same issue. What happens is if I try to view a video on like videosift.com or break.com and its hosted on YouTube there is no audio when its embedded, but by going directly to YouTube it works fine.

    What I’ve realized is that on both of these computers (I never was able to fix XP despite everyones suggestions, and Adobe never responds to my support requests) is that I have both Internet Explorer (7 on xp, still broke, was broke before IE7 was released) and IE 6 on W2K, however yesterday when I installed the flash plugin for the latest version of Mozilla Firefox (had to do a manual install for some lame reason) is about the same time I started having the same exact issue on my W2K box at work.

    Has anyone else noticed any other patterns like this?

  109. On 18 March 2007 at 09h35, anonymous wrote

    OMG thank you so MUCH! this was annoying me but my problem was wierd. If you have sound in winamp, and your OS plays its sounds, but no sound ANYWHERE else (embedded objects, Windows Media Player, Games, AIM, Ventrilo etc.) and you cant select a sound driver in the sound options in the control panel then THIS IS THE FIX!!!! I can not thank you enough for figuring this out for all of us =)

  110. On 18 March 2007 at 17h56, lyonsy wrote

    brilliant, thank you! I’ve probably spent 10 hours trying to fix this – genius.

  111. On 19 March 2007 at 01h28, poison wrote

    wow… some how unistalling some program i lost all the sound in sites with flash, made dat reg new string thingie and it worked lovely!! thanks!!!

  112. On 24 March 2007 at 20h57, anonymous wrote

    Thanks man… i was suffering from last 3-4 months

  113. On 28 March 2007 at 23h31, Melissa wrote

    Dude, I love u. ^.^

  114. On 29 March 2007 at 18h24, anonymous wrote

    This hasn’t done anything at all for flash under firefox. I now have audio in IE, but nothing in firefox.

  115. On 30 March 2007 at 02h28, anonymous wrote

    i dont get it what do i need to do?

  116. On 31 March 2007 at 19h01, anonymous wrote

    HEEELLLLPPPP!!! It doesn’t work 4 me n i can’t live without youtube!!!

  117. On 31 March 2007 at 19h02, anonymous wrote

    how do i get into that file (My Computer\HKEY_1LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32) I can’t find it! Can anyone help?

  118. On 31 March 2007 at 22h21, Selder wrote

    That’s not a file, that’s a registry key … open your start menu, go to the “run”box, and type “regedit”.

  119. On 1 April 2007 at 22h09, anonymous wrote

    I get YouTube sound in IE, but not in Netscape. The only reason I want to use Netscape for YouTube is that the latest version of IE is a POS, and the vids stutter (like the pages do, when a lot of fonts are used). Why won’t Flash audio work with Netscape? (I have the requisite registry entries)

  120. On 1 April 2007 at 22h37, Selder wrote

    Netscape? Really?

  121. On 5 April 2007 at 07h50, Teresa wrote

    Thank you so much! This is so awesome, it finally worked! :) I’m so happy now!!! And i am a total computer retard but i was able to execute your instructions!! THank you!!!

  122. On 6 April 2007 at 14h16, anonymous wrote

    I have been stuck on this for hours…I am running XP Home SP2 and I have tried un-installing & re-installing Flash, I have checked all of my audio settings over and over and I have tried editing the registry a number of times and still no sound from youtube or myspace (all other sound works fine)…does anyone else have my same problems and does anyone have a further solution, please help, very frustrating and I am to tired to lift my PC and throw it out the window…

  123. On 9 April 2007 at 23h14, asper wrote

    Guys, If you still have problems with sound (no icon, sound) try to run Codec Tweak Tool. It’s part of K-lite Codec Pack (you wil find this tool in ‘configuration’). Just check ‘fix’ and ‘next’. It helped me. As far as I know you can loose volume icon and loose sound eg. after uninstalling some versions of FFDShow…

  124. On 17 April 2007 at 23h53, anonymous wrote

    Many thanks!
    You’re a star.

  125. On 18 April 2007 at 14h58, anonymous wrote

    That did it

  126. On 23 April 2007 at 15h54, anonymous wrote

    Hey!

    Maybe it’s trivial but my friend had the same problem. This was solution:

    If you have 5.1 or 7.1 sound card, make sure that you have speakers / headphones connected to front out (green).

    I found that the signal from Flash Player is not sended into other outs.

    My friend had stereo speakers plugged as rear and there were no sound from FP…

  127. On 28 April 2007 at 14h35, anonymous wrote

    Thank you sooooooo much!
    I didn’t know what to do.
    Thanks!!!

  128. On 30 April 2007 at 01h42, anonymous wrote

    Dude you are a god, I have been trying to figure this out for weeks. somebody on another site mentioned wavemapper but didn’t explain what to do. All I have to say is thank you very much.

  129. On 23 May 2007 at 19h02, anonymous wrote

    Hey,
    Thank you very much. I had tried this before, it didn’t work for some reason, got some better speakers, tried again, and.. IT WORKS!

    Thank you again.

  130. On 24 May 2007 at 05h31, anonymous wrote

    Thanks from me, too! 14 months… I’ve just used a different computer for Flash since then! I think my problem started after I uninstalled Audacity from my computer – I have a hunch it took that registry key with it. Glad to have it back =)

  131. On 24 May 2007 at 09h29, mark wrote

    This solution also worked when you can’t preview sound in Flash itself.

    thnx dude!

  132. On 27 May 2007 at 00h03, anonymous wrote

    bless on you, man!

  133. On 27 May 2007 at 21h15, anonymous wrote

    You are great!!!!!!!!!!

  134. On 28 May 2007 at 18h01, anonymous wrote

    **VISTA / FIREFOX is there a solution for Vista?

    I have the wavemapper set to the proper value. Any ideas?

    I get sound everywhere else on my machine IE, QT, etc. just not Firefox

    help! :P

  135. On 28 May 2007 at 23h00, Selder wrote

    Don’t know, I have Flash-sound on all my Vista machines :/

  136. On 1 June 2007 at 20h56, anonymous wrote

    T H A N K Y O U S O M U C H ! ! ! !
    Been looking for “years” after a sollution, and this worked. FINALLY !! I AM HAPPY!!

  137. On 2 June 2007 at 05h34, anonymous wrote

    it worked for me under vista , tttttttttthhhhhhhhhhhhhhhxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    one of the best fix ever !!!!

  138. On 4 June 2007 at 05h51, vlad wrote

    Thank You DUDE !!!!

  139. On 4 June 2007 at 19h44, tolis_21 wrote

    it worked for my too
    since i am an amateur i am writing where i had problems
    go Start/Run and then type REGEDIT.EXE
    Then folow the little steps:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\
    SOFTWARE\
    Microsoft\
    Windows NT\(NO WINDOWS BUT WINDOWS NT!!)
    CurrentVersion\
    Drivers32

    finally type msaCM32.drv NO msaCAM32.drv

    You saved many of us
    thnx

  140. On 5 June 2007 at 13h30, Noel wrote

    All fixed thanks! But what caused it? is it a bug in Flash Player 9?

  141. On 5 June 2007 at 21h39, Rodriguez wrote

    Thanks a bunch! I was flipping out because I’m doing a project with a bunch of flash videos at the moment. Never messing with registry ever again…

  142. On 8 June 2007 at 20h24, jb wrote

    I’ve been too lazy to reinstall my OS to fix this problem for about 6months now!
    Just when i had given up that no-one knew a quick solution! Whammo!
    Good work my man, good work.

  143. On 9 June 2007 at 15h55, anonymous wrote

    Thanks Selder, just in case anyone else has the same issue and panics – After adding the string all I got from my sound card was static noise with very faint sound in the background (not only from flash objects but from EVERYTHING). Simply removing the soundcards drivers and reinstalling fixed this and all sound is now perfect. I even have the volume icon in the sys tray again! :)

  144. On 11 June 2007 at 04h47, Maxvalocity wrote

    This woked great inserting the wavemapper insert into the reg. , been seaching for days

    THANK YOU

  145. On 14 June 2007 at 00h34, anonymous wrote

    i got vista n my machine and all places have sound but youtube and all is set to what its suppose to be any ideas?

  146. On 14 June 2007 at 11h55, Thomas wrote

    Thanks a lot! This registry tweak solved my problem with no audio in flash player.

  147. On 14 June 2007 at 12h34, Selder wrote

    Like I said … I have flashy sound on all my Vista machines, so I can’t see what would be wrong with yours…

  148. On 14 June 2007 at 19h51, anonymous wrote

    have u found why there is no drivers 32 file i have fixed 2 computers with the same fault and repaired it with the reg edit but come to repair 3rd and no drivers 32 file help

  149. On 15 June 2007 at 20h03, anonymous wrote

    Also if you still are not getting any sound, go to:
    Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services > Windows Audio and make sure the Status column has been started. Services are not saving my settings so I have to do this every time I reboot.

    Thank you to the person who posted the above!!!
    This worked perfectly for Win XP!!!!!!
    YAY!!! I have sound again!!!!

  150. On 18 June 2007 at 00h12, tony wrote

    ahhh thanks a bunch mike, the posterwho origiannly said about changing the modem line #0 to a sound card, i had the correct entries in my registry, had all the right drivers, but went 6 months without sound in any flashplayer or windows live

    thanks!

  151. On 18 June 2007 at 18h22, anonymous wrote

    Brilliant.. tried manually but could’nt find driver 32. Then i found this link that did it automatically, just click and run it.

    nick.

  152. On 18 June 2007 at 18h59, anonymous wrote

    OMFG thank u dude i soent a long time tryin to fix this lol

  153. On 19 June 2007 at 18h53, John wrote

    Holy crap. All i have to say is thank god for people like you guy-who-posted-this. I have no idea how you figured it out but thanks a millions. I would never have found a way to fix it on my own.

  154. On 27 June 2007 at 04h54, anonymous wrote

    lol i thought this was gonna help i was wondering why my sound working i did system restore even did your trick I finally found out…

    MY FLASH SOUND WAS ON MUTE

    felt embarrassed

  155. On 30 June 2007 at 06h33, Lily__Pad wrote

    I’ve tried all of the above stated methods, and no luck. I just found an folder in my registry, called HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Creative Tech. In that folder, there was only one entry (Besides the default one in every one with no value.) It read:
    NAME:
    DEFAULT MIDI

    Type:
    REG_SZ

    Value:
    Creative SoundFront Synth

    Could this have anything to do with it? (I’m not really a wiz when it comes to this registry business..)

  156. On 30 June 2007 at 08h33, Selder wrote

    I don’t think so. You can always back it up (right click the right tree, ‘export’), delete it and see if the sound comes back…

  157. On 3 July 2007 at 02h33, Darcy wrote

    The registry fix didn’t work for me but heres what did, I have a C-media sound card with a little tray icon to control the music volume called C-media Mixer. the problem was I had unchecked the box to enable “Virtual 5.1 speakers and reverberation” Which for some odd reason disabled sound in flash player but only for Firefox, and every other sound played fine. After checking that box sound was back again.

    Note, I have surround sound plugged into my pc, that utility allows this by swapping the 3 audio plugs on my pc (line out, mic ect) to allow for more speakers. May have had something to do with it.

  158. On 3 July 2007 at 21h35, anonymous wrote

    maybe im wrong or didnt do something right. but none of these once again doesnt work.

    i tried the whole registry thing. and all the strings were already in there.

    then i went to control panel. and the sound and audios and tried changing the hardware.

    the thing is that there is nothing to chang it to. both the vinyl and soundmax digital audio harwares arent there.
    my default device is set to creative sb live series.
    how can i change that and fix the sound problem

    please help!

  159. On 4 July 2007 at 09h08, Selder wrote

    Seems like there are a lot of other problems with various versions of the Flash plugin. Try uninstalling it completely via the uninstaller found on the Adobe site, removing any directories left behind, running CCleaner (of some other left-over-remover software), reboot and then try to install it again.

  160. On 12 July 2007 at 17h54, aldrino wrote

    perfect, that really works. Before, i fixed that problem with the windows install cd, but it generated another problems with applications that were installed before. These solution y es the best way. Thanks a lot….

  161. On 6 August 2007 at 13h04, Epoxi wrote

    WOW THANKS. I’ve been looking for this for AGES.

  162. On 25 August 2007 at 18h38, spudhimself wrote

    so I checked the registry and the control panel fix *and* I un/reinstalled Flashplayer files. Sill no Joy! any other ideas?

  163. On 25 August 2007 at 21h13, Selder wrote

    Uninstall Flash via Flash uninstaller found on adobe.com, reboot, run CCleaner, reinstall Flash, check registry key, that’s what I would do :)

  164. On 10 September 2007 at 02h12, ryan wrote

    still wont work for me! haha that was already in the registry so i deleted it and re-entered it still same problem with flash embeded videos, i reinstalled flash player too

  165. On 10 September 2007 at 21h04, Komi wrote

    Had the 2 second shutdown problem but it fixed itself once removing flash, removing wavemapper and then reboot and fixing both registry and flash. This took care of the 2 second issue and flash vid runs smooth but sound in flash is gone as well as the icon in the button right corner. I can still set volume through other means but volume in flash still wont work(it´s activated in windows audio as well).
    Basicly, I need help to restore the volume controller and it´s probably related to the other problem with flash

  166. On 25 September 2007 at 00h06, anonymous wrote

    STILL DOES NOT WORK FOR ME. I HAVE WINDOWS VISTA. REG STRING IS THERE (TYPED CORRECTLY) SPEAKERS ARE WORKING,SERVICES, STARTED. STILL NOT WORKING ANY OTHER SUGGESTIONS? OR IDEAS?
    THANKS IN ADVANCE

  167. On 12 October 2007 at 19h22, anonymous wrote

    U Guys rock..Mike’ssuggestion helped me….Thanks..:)

  168. On 26 October 2007 at 20h37, Mahendra wrote

    Thanks! u r really a genius, pal! God bless you. How the hell wavemapper value washed away?

  169. On 16 December 2007 at 12h19, Chris wrote

    Thanks man, this worked great. I was having sound problems in Flash and in Windows Media Center Edition (MCE). The volume control did not work. I looked everywhere for a solution. Here are some keywords to help others find it!

    MCE volume problem
    media center volume problem
    ehome volume problem

  170. On 9 February 2008 at 17h24, anonymous wrote

    Thankyou! I had lost all my sounds from Yahoo Messenger but could still play cd’s. I tried this and thought well if it doesn’t work that is just one more thing I have tried and nothing is lost. BUT! It worked! Thankyou!!

  171. On 10 February 2008 at 00h12, anonymous wrote

    Thank you So much Worked like a champ and sound is back in the internet. I would say a cheap free ware version of a registry scanner would cause the problem or even a virus scanner with a registry scanner could delete that file that gives sound oh so well.

  172. On 11 February 2008 at 06h04, anonymous wrote

    Still nothing for me.
    Im running WinXP and i have downloaded K-lite codecs, tried to use that reg fix. but still nothing.
    i went in manually and did the regedit myself but there is already a string with “Wavemapper” and that exact written line? do i need to delete that one and create a NEW “wavemapper” with that code?
    please help im tired of this crap!

  173. On 11 February 2008 at 15h50, Selder wrote

    Try running CCleaner, cleaning everything, uninstalling flash player, run CCleaner again (or manually check if those registry entries are gone) and reinstall Flash Player the.most.recent.version …

  174. On 12 February 2008 at 11h18, anonymous wrote

    Thanks Man…. Windows Audio Service was Disabled in mine.
    :) ;)

  175. On 12 February 2008 at 12h47, anonymous wrote

    Thank you from Italy

  176. On 13 February 2008 at 01h13, anonymous wrote

    ummm i got wave mapper in my reg with the correct value i didnt even have to put it in myself it was already there but im still not getting no sound threw youtube, everything else works fine though:(

  177. On 14 February 2008 at 19h06, anonymous wrote

    Selder: i ran CCleaner and got rid of alot of junk…then uninstalled Flash, ran CCleaner and installed current version of Flash. Still nothing.
    i am getting sound but its VERY LOW. i have my volume on full crank and i can BARELY hear it…sounds very muffled.
    ive checked everything in sound options and controls.

    should i run a Registry check via CCleaner and fix all issues?
    thats only thing i didnt do.

  178. On 14 February 2008 at 21h18, Selder wrote

    There’s absolutely no harm in doing that registry scan/fix of CCleaner, but do take a backup (CCleaner proposes to do so before fixing the registry).

    Did you try uninstalling and reinstalling your soundcard driver?

  179. On 14 February 2008 at 21h29, anonymous wrote

    your fix was perfect thanks a million SPIDEY

  180. On 15 February 2008 at 02h10, looplab wrote

    RISOLTO IL PROBLEMA SU VISTA così:

    inizialmente il sistema sopra indicato non ha funzionato, e provando e riprovando mi era partito TUTTO l’audio, tragedia

    allora ho disinstallato tutto (flash player, adobe reader, firefox)
    ho ripulito il pc varie volte con CCleaner
    poi ho reinstallato i software e avevo ancora lo stesso problema,
    quindi ho reinstallato i driver della scheda audio dal sito ACER, ho REALTEK audio su notebook, ma ancora nulla di nuovo
    infine ho riprovato ad andare con “regedit” e in effetti il wavemapper non c’era più, quindi l’ho reinserito come specificato da Selder e senza bisogno di altri riavvii ORA FUNZIONA

    spero sia utile ad altri e grazie per i suggerimenti precedenti
    ciao

  181. On 15 February 2008 at 02h22, looplab wrote

    sh*t, i just noticed it was an english thread pffff i translate

    PROBLEM SOLVED ON VISTA (on an Acer Notebook):

    Initially i checked the registry keys from Regedit and everything was ok, so i tried many clening software , reinstalling flash but nothing, since i managed to TOTALLY eliminate every kind of sound from my pc… Tragedy

    so i uninstalled everything (flash player, adobe reader, firefox, whatever)
    i cleaned my computer with CCleaner then i reinstalled the softwares but the problem was still up.
    I reinstalled then my soundcard driver (REALTEK) from ACER website i got the driver, but nothing happened

    at last i wanted to check again the registry keys and the wavemapper wasnt’ there so i did add the wavemapper as Selder said and without any reboot now IT WORKS!

    i hope this will be usefull to other ppl havin the ame problem and thanks to the guys above for their advices, very precious

    ciao from italy

    ps: i still dont know why this happened, any clue? i guess it could be consequence of many softwares conflict after updates or installations, but im quite ignorant…

  182. On 17 February 2008 at 16h34, anonymous wrote

    perfect

  183. On 21 February 2008 at 15h43, yoav wrote

    Unbelievable.. Worked perfectly.. why dont they have this on the Adobe website?? Why?!?

  184. On 25 February 2008 at 05h37, anonymous wrote

    so i have sound now but its very low from Flash players.
    its PERFECT on windows media, winamp, quicktime. but horrible from flash.

    what can i do?

  185. On 25 February 2008 at 06h09, KevD wrote

    wavemapper with value was ALREADY there for me so I DELETED it, and then added it back and finally it worked.

    The first post here helped me narrow down the problem and remedy- MANY thanks
    _ _ _ _ _
    in your registry:

    My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32

    Create a new String value named “wavemapper“. As value give it “msacm32.drv“.

    _ _ _ _ _
    Or delete it and add it back as I did- Thanks again

  186. On 25 February 2008 at 06h39, WORKS wrote

    THANK YOU WORKS FOR ME, RUNNING VISTA and did all the same steps as desribed except in the beginning: START > type RUN in search box > enter RUN program and type in > REGEDIT.EXE

    in there on the left side go to:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE then,
    SOFTWARE then,
    Microsoft then,
    Windows NT then,
    CurrentVersion then,
    Drivers32

    In there, create a new String value named by right clicking. Name it: Wavemapper . As value right click on the file created and name it: msacm32.drv

    press enter and sound should work again for windows sound and flash (youtube, etc) without needing to restart windows.

  187. On 25 February 2008 at 19h25, anonymous wrote

    the CCleaner and a reboot worked for me i guess there can be other stings that can be missing other than wavemapper etc.

  188. On 25 February 2008 at 20h40, KevD wrote

    Oh- by the way; THIS ALSO brought back my ever so frustrating and lost sound ICON on my task bar (Just deleting and then adding the wavemapper and value back). Thanks again

  189. On 26 February 2008 at 14h59, anonymous wrote

    the CCleaner and a restart* worked for me i guess there can be other stings that can be missing other than wavemapper etc.

  190. On 6 March 2008 at 23h33, anonymous wrote

    Wavemapper and the corresponding files were all correct. I disabled cooliris, a preview plugin for firefox, and I now have sound again.

  191. On 9 March 2008 at 23h30, falconbox wrote

    absolutely none of this works for me. i would love someone to really help me out. ive uninstalled flash, ran ccleaner, rebooted, etc etc. wavemapper was never missing in my registry, but i tried deleting it and re-creating it anyway and it didnt work. windows audio is on as well, so i have no clue.

    PLEASE SOMEONE HELP! i included my email if whoever wants to help decides to email instead of post on this site. i am so frustrated.

  192. On 10 March 2008 at 08h44, Selder wrote

    Try uninstalling flash again, running CCleaner, rebooting, and install Flash Player version 7 again.

  193. On 18 March 2008 at 00h35, anonymous wrote

    Thanx, It worked for me. For almost a year I didnt have sound on internet! I bought laptop with vista and for only a few month I didnt have sound. No tip helped me and a gave up. Too lazy and ocupied with studying to reinstall windows. Finaly I have sound! Thank you very much!!

  194. On 27 March 2008 at 15h41, anonymous wrote

    You’re a Legend!! :)

  195. On 29 March 2008 at 04h02, anonymous wrote

    you are a life saver man! thanks a ton!

  196. On 30 March 2008 at 17h13, anonymous wrote

    OMG Thank you – my Hero..

  197. On 3 April 2008 at 02h08, anonymous wrote

    thanks man! great solution! it works now ive been working with this for almost a week now!

  198. On 7 April 2008 at 13h22, anonymous wrote

    Seriously I’ve tried both, and I only get a bunch of sites working for it, things like Screwattack.com still don’t give audio, for god sakes, someone send me a proper solution to vinnitintin249@yahoo.com.au, PLEASE!

  199. On 10 April 2008 at 16h07, anonymous wrote

    This worked for me too, in Vista 32-bit. Thanks.

  200. On 11 April 2008 at 21h08, anonymous wrote

    THANKS, I tried everything and then found this and it works!

  201. On 7 May 2008 at 20h57, Kieran Turner wrote

    Well, I’ve got the silent flash problem, and I’ve tried all the solutions I’ve found on the net, to no avail. But I hope if I add my experience here, it might help other people who’re still trying to solve the problem. (Adobe sure aren’t! They don’t even reply to queries about this.)

    So, I’m on XP x64 SP2, with IE7 and Firefox 2 (when the problem started) and 3, now.

    I upgraded to Windows Media Player 11, from 10, and that’s when it all went wrong. Even MP3s wouldn’t play. I rolled back to 10, but it was now broken too. I eventually found that the problem was that 11 didn’t like co-existing with ffdshow. So I taught ffdshow to not work with WMP, re-installed 11, and all was well. Until I tried to play flash movies on YouTube.

    The desktop flv players fail to produce sound as well, but an flv video saved and played in VLC or Media Player Classic – through ffdshow – works WITH SOUND, so at least I can save them and hear them outside the browser.

    But that’s what makes me suspect there’s something broken about the way Flash player talks to the sound subsystems. I’ve seen lots of people with Ubuntu Linux have this problem too.

    To clarify for other troubleshooters: I had the registry entry still there. Although investigation shows SP1 and SP2 versions of msacm32.drv in place, which is suspicious, and I wonder about msacm32.dll as well. I have a sneaking suspicion that the answer lies in one of those.

    Tried deeply uninstalling Flash and going back to version 7 – no help.

    Tried CCleaner, which I’ve seen mentioned as a solution – no help.

    Tried uninstalling *all* other audio codecs – no help.

    Tried upgrading to the absolute latest drivers for my Realtek AC’97 audio – no help.

    Reinstalled the latest DirectX – no help.

    So, anyone else have any ideas at all!? Please!?

  202. On 7 May 2008 at 21h26, Selder wrote

    I’m afraid I have to say you have already tried all options I could give you :/

  203. On 10 May 2008 at 21h55, anonymous wrote

    i have no driver32 what do I do

  204. On 13 May 2008 at 12h40, Dr. Blue wrote

    Thanx a lot :) It worked
    I suffered this problem for a month now.

  205. On 21 May 2008 at 15h22, marf wrote

    Thanks,after a month it really works:) bye

  206. On 23 May 2008 at 12h11, looplab wrote

    ok it’s already the 3rd time i have to cope with this bug, but i think i found the solution:

    i have vista on an acer notebook with realtek audio driver

    simply i uninstall realtek drivers, adobe reader and flashplayer
    then i restart the computer and reinstall, in order, realtek audio, flash player and adobe. it works without get into regedit or clean the registers etc

    ciao

  207. On 6 June 2008 at 21h53, anonymous wrote

    if this does not work try this: http://forums.techguy.org/multimedia/490867-fixed-adobe-flash-no-sound.html#post3987621

  208. On 9 June 2008 at 15h19, Kieran Turner wrote

    I’ve finally fixed my Flash issue on XP x64!

    I discovered that the “Windows File Protection” system had made mistakes and put 64-bit versions of MSACM32.DLL and MSACM32.DRV into both my windows/system32 folder AND my windows/syswow64 folders.

    The syswow64 folder should have 32-bit versions of everything inside it, for 32-bit apps running in the emulator on x64.

    The errors creep in when service pack 2 has been applied because it doesn’t come with 32-bit versions of these files, and the Windows File Protection system therefore loses access to them.

    I didn’t want to extract the files from the XP CD, since they’d be pre-service pack 1 and might cause problems, so I copied them over from a machine running normal 32-bit windows XP (from its system32 folder).

    Flash has audio again!

    I hope this helps others.

    Many thanks to wayland.be for hosting this discussion! ;)

  209. On 10 June 2008 at 21h19, anonymous wrote

    Greetings all. Well, I’ve got a similar problem, as of this evening..

    Sorry it’s a long ramble, but I’ve tried to describe everything I’ve done. Maybe there’s something in there that might have triggered the sound crapping up, which may be of use to others.

    I’m currently running XP SP2 and I use Firefox 2 for browsing. My sound card is [shamefully] brandless, but suffices.

    My 5.1 speakers have been working perfectly for about 6 months. After first setting them up and testing them, I removed the rear speakers (currently have no room for them) and I haven’t changed anything about the physical setup since.

    Then I did a mass deletion of things that I didn’t require via Add/Remove Software. This included a copy of Cubase, which may have done something. I also knocked off some kind of audio program, wish I were more descriptive there. After the next restart, my computer kept detecting ‘new hardware’, which I think was ‘audio multimedia controller’ or something to that effect.

    I thought what I’d deleted may have been my C-Media Mixer, which I use in place of the Windows volume controls, so I tried reinstalling that. Every startup since, the installer has cropped up trying to install it again, though I’ve killed it for now thru msconfig.

    But yeah, since removing that mystery audio program, I’ve had sound problems.

    One of the things about my particular speakers is that you are supposed to go to the control panel’s audio settings and specify that they’re ‘Desktop Speakers’, not 5.1.. from then on, you then use the C-Media Mixer to control your sound and in that program, there’s a menu where you choose how many speakers you’ve got. Thats always worked fine. What I found was that after reinstalling, C-Media reverted back to ‘2 speakers’, so I fixed that.

    Even so, the front two speakers are suffering the ‘we hate youtube’ problem. I didn’t get any quietness or hiss like some, just silence. I went into the Control Panel again and lowered each speaker volume individually. What I did find was that for some reason, Windows thinks that my front speakers are the rear ones.

    edit: Just thought of something. I enabled ‘virtual 5.1 speakers’ in C-Media and have my sound back for now. YAY! If you’re impatient about hearing Youtube and the same works for you, do note that virtual 5.1 means that it’s just duplicating the sound that would have gone to the front speakers and sending it to the rear ones. So it’s really only a temporary fix and I doubt it’ll work for most of you.

    I checked the registry and the wavemapper entry is already there.
    Haven’t run CCleaner or tried any other fix.

    But yeah, still no idea why Windows is getting it’s arses and heads mixed up.

    Trying to rid my computer of a trojan amongst other things has left my computer in shambles, so I’m wiping the drive clean anyway, but I thought that describing what happened to me might help shed some light on what’s going wrong for others.

    Evening and good luck to those who are yet to overcome the problem,
    ~ Jess

  210. On 14 June 2008 at 01h55, anonymous wrote

    grhh, my bloody husband installed FDShow on my laptop when I was sleeping and has sheepishly apologised for causing my flash audio to die – just like on his PC. Words were exchanged.
    Ok, now I do now how to view regedit, but like many posters on this forum, I have no Drivers32 at the end of the path, just Drivers. Is this possibly due to the whole folder being wiped away? Any FDShow survivers out there?

  211. On 19 June 2008 at 15h47, anonymous wrote

    awesome, worked for me!

  212. On 22 June 2008 at 19h59, anonymous wrote

    Thank you very much folks, this was very useful to me,and I suspect a lot more…how about sharing this fix with Adobe? seems like they need the programming skills…? LOL

    I owe you one!

  213. On 29 June 2008 at 16h48, anonymous wrote

    I had to go in and delete wavemapper and then add the string, but it worked nonetheless, thank you!

  214. On 3 July 2008 at 09h22, marlon wrote

    Hello guys, thanks a lot. I learn something. more power to all of you:)

  215. On 7 July 2008 at 21h54, HitMeWithIt wrote

    OK folks I just thought I would add a fix for a bug in firefox 3, well as far as I know anyway…there seems to be some people here that had the same problem as me and for whom this might work as easily as it did for me:
    Before trying any registry stuff just do the following:
    Go to TOOLS/ADDO-NS in firefox. the in the Add Ons window click the PLUGINS tab.
    Scroll to the Shockwave Flash Plugin.
    As simple as it seems..this actually works for many people…just click and DISABLE the plugin.
    Then restart the browser and go back to the same loaction, plugins list in Addons..
    ENABLE the Shockwave Flash plugin this time.
    Your sound issues are now fixed.
    I hope!
    Good luck!
    HitMeWithIt

  216. [...] If that doesn’t work, some people have reported success uninstalling Flash, running CCleaner, rebooting, then re-installing Flash. This will take [...]

  217. On 9 July 2008 at 16h33, CuongLe wrote

    Thank you lots lots lots!!! It saves my Vista just when I decide to downgrade to XP!

  218. On 10 July 2008 at 02h14, anonymous wrote

    Disable/enable worked for me, too, although I already had all the drivers and services. Oh well

  219. On 18 July 2008 at 19h17, Chris27 wrote

    HitMeWithIt –

    YES YES YES!!!!!!! I tried everything in this post and the Adobe forum to no avail, then simply disabled and re-enabled the Shockwave Flash plug-in and it works!!

    I’d looked for the plug-in before and couldn’t find it, because I was looking for something that started with “Adobe” or “Macromedia”… Silly me!

    Hope this works for anyone else running FF3 on XP Home SP2, somehow I managed to knock my settings out last night creating a load of flash SWF files which call external MP3 files.

    Thanks again.

    C

  220. On 21 July 2008 at 19h48, anonymous Nik wrote

    Perfect!..a flash movie was playing in the background (with no sound) and as soon as I entered the msacm32.drv value into the string..hey presto the sound came on!!

    Brilliant Thanks

  221. On 25 July 2008 at 12h43, Morten wrote

    disabling/enabling the flashplayer did it for me! Thanks “HitMeWithIt “

  222. On 8 August 2008 at 14h59, Cantus wrote

    Brilliant. Great help. Many and much thanks :)

  223. On 9 August 2008 at 02h10, eric g wrote

    The problem is that Internet Explorer & Opera web browsers work fine.

    There could be conflicting media players on the firefox plug ins. Just a guess.

    It is NOT a driver problem. Firefox worked for me a few days ago. Now nothing.

  224. On 9 August 2008 at 02h39, eric g wrote

    Internet Explorer & Opera web browsers work fine.

    Use them until Firefox Mozilla fix their sh**.

    No ad money for Mozilla until they fix it.

  225. On 9 August 2008 at 03h16, eric g wrote

    I just disabled ADBLOCKING and it works now.

    Don’t mess with registry.

    Disable all your addons.

    Worked for me on Vista.

  226. On 9 August 2008 at 03h22, eric g wrote

    Use Opera and IE.

    disabling adons didn’t work long.

    This is Mozillas mess. Nothing wrong with your computer.

    Tell them. Let them fix it. don’t pull your hair out.

  227. On 9 August 2008 at 18h09, anonymous wrote

    Hi man, it works perfectly… many thanks!

  228. On 9 August 2008 at 22h57, anonymous wrote

    Uninstall firefox and then reinstall.

    worked for me.

    Use IE or Opera until it works if that doesn’t work for you

  229. On 11 August 2008 at 07h04, Vegas Spade wrote

    Holy moly……This took forever to fix!!! PEOPLE with WINDOWS XP
    do what Mike wrote i also did a quick fix too.

    THANK YOU EVERYONE
    I CAN HEAR>>I CAN HEAR!!!!
    stupid sexy computers anyways

  230. On 11 August 2008 at 17h01, Vegas Spade wrote

    ok this sucks i got on my computer this morning and got this message after i did all of the fixes HELP!!!

    An error occured initialising Navigational Sounds.

    Name: TypeError
    Messages: getBrowser().mTabBox is undefined
    Filename: chrome://navsounds/content/hooks.js
    Line: 90

  231. On 16 August 2008 at 07h55, CurryMuncher wrote

    My flash sound has recently gone out the window as well and every fix on the internet for this problem does not work at all. Ive tried basically everything. Disabling addons didnt work. My Registry already has wavemapper there. I got the sound to work once but then as soon as I installed firefox the sound just disappeared again so i think firefox must be messing around with some files.
    Anyway I hope some1 out there can help fix this problem cause it is messing with my head and wasting my time.

  232. On 18 August 2008 at 06h04, How very odd.... - Page 2 - Meez Forums wrote

    [...] How very odd…. I fixed it, thanks to this site: Weyland.be No sound in Macromedia Flash Player 9? The solution was actually in one of the responses: Control Panel > Administrative Tools > [...]

  233. On 19 August 2008 at 14h20, anonymous wrote

    thanks very very much !! was looking for this..

  234. On 21 August 2008 at 02h06, anonymous wrote

    thanks heaps just the right thing that fixed

  235. On 25 August 2008 at 13h21, AlwaysDead wrote

    Thanks, this did it !!!

    I got sound again, YAY !!!!

    It took me a while to figure which one was String (I’ve got a dutch version, so)…

    Works for Vista Home edition 32bit SP1 too!!!…. You really made my day!

  236. On 7 September 2008 at 04h40, Marah Marie wrote

    I love you. I had no idea why Flash wouldn’t work in IE or Firefox after I reinstalled Windows but your reg edit did the trick – the video in my Firefox player started playing sound the second the new reg entry was created. Thank you so much!

  237. On 8 September 2008 at 18h20, anonymous wrote

    “i followed the path you suggested, but all i have is Drivers and drivers.desc no Driver32″

    I had the same problem with no drivers32 key in WinXP. I created a new key called Drivers32 and added the string /value as mentioned a million times already, and it now works! It’s also posted on the Adobe site as well, but doesn’t tell you to add this key, if you don’t already have it.

    THanks everyone for all your help!!

  238. On 8 September 2008 at 21h11, anonymous wrote

    not working for me

  239. On 15 September 2008 at 13h17, Peace wrote

    One more thing:

    If you are using Firefox for a long time, chances are you never use your Internet Explorer. I found that when I went to IE and loaded up YouTube for example, it told me that I didn’t have Flash. [In Firefox I had the latest]

    So, I installed flash in IE and it worked there… and when I went back to FF… it worked there too. Who knows why?

    Hope that helps some of you. This flash shit can really ruin your surfing.

    Peace

  240. On 22 September 2008 at 14h32, Giveweiliavy wrote

    omg.. good work, brother

  241. On 23 September 2008 at 01h44, Beatriz wrote

    Thanks lotttttttttttttttttttssssssssssssssssssssssssss:D:D:D

  242. On 23 September 2008 at 23h00, Aminnnnnnnnnnne wrote

    when flash player is updated it make the saved file limited to 5 ko that’s why song or video cant play correctly with sound. to fix this just change in flash parameters the amount that flash can save in your computer to 10 Mo or unlimited. Restart the browser. Hope it works for you

  243. On 24 September 2008 at 21h09, dispid!!! wrote

    i want to thank EVERYONE who posted!!!! such a great HELP!!!!!!!

  244. On 26 September 2008 at 07h07, anonymous wrote

    If you guys only have a Drivers folder and not “Drivers32″, add a new key named “Drivers32″ and then add the string value. Worked for me.

  245. On 27 September 2008 at 00h42, anonymous wrote

    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh thanks so much you are amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  246. On 29 September 2008 at 22h42, anonymous wrote

    That simple fix just made my several hours of troubleshooting seem pointless; many thanks!

  247. On 1 October 2008 at 19h58, anonymous wrote

    I’ve had an annoying problem since myspace changed their player… no audio, but fine from Youtube and Media player. Been round the houses trying everything… Turned out to be the new player had its volume turned right down, and the setting was simply not obvious ~ what a dunce!! But it works now!

  248. On 8 October 2008 at 04h06, anonymous wrote

    you r the man been looking for a fix for 2 months now thank you so much! Jon

  249. On 21 October 2008 at 23h51, anonymous wrote

    No Sound – XP SP2 in Macromedia Flash player (version 9).

    Go to START > RUN > REGEDIT.EXE
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32
    Create a new String value named “wavemapper“. rIGHT CLICK YOUR MEW ENTRY, CHOOSE MODIFY VALUE. As value give it “msacm32.drv“. (NOT “msacam32.drv”) ( NOTICE THE EXTRA A IN THE LINE!!!). Sound should work. THANK YOU TO THE ORIGINAL FINDER OF THE INFORMATION.

  250. On 18 November 2008 at 20h15, anonymous wrote

    YES!!
    Thanks Man THAT WORKED!!

    I HAVE SOUND AGAIN ;-)
    JEEEEEAAAAAH!!!

    LET THE MUSIC PLAY LOUD!!

    <>

  251. On 18 November 2008 at 20h16, anonymous wrote

    WORKS VISTA TOO!! =)

  252. On 18 November 2008 at 20h17, Anonymous wrote

    YES!!
    Thanks Man THAT WORKED!!

    I HAVE SOUND AGAIN ;-)
    JEEEEEAAAAAH!!!

    LET THE MUSIC PLAY LOUD!!

  253. On 25 November 2008 at 21h30, h-a-r-v wrote

    Been there and… found it there. Still, no sound in Firefox (Flash 10). Guess I have to get used to starting other browser for watching videos..

  254. On 25 November 2008 at 21h52, Selder wrote

    Try removing the (already existing) registry key and re-adding it…

  255. On 28 November 2008 at 16h35, anonymous wrote

    DANG. i got those in my registery. this cant help me

  256. On 7 December 2008 at 22h10, anonymous wrote

    I appreciate the thoughtfulness of the contributors to this thread, and have unsuccesfully tried all the suggestions I’ve read, except the one by Kieran Turner on June 9, 2008, who wrote:

    …”I discovered that the “Windows File Protection” system had made mistakes and put 64-bit versions of MSACM32.DLL and MSACM32.DRV into both my windows/system32 folder AND my windows/syswow64 folders.

    The syswow64 folder should have 32-bit versions of everything inside it, for 32-bit apps running in the emulator on x64.

    The errors creep in when service pack 2 has been applied because it doesn’t come with 32-bit versions of these files, and the Windows File Protection system therefore loses access to them.

    I didn’t want to extract the files from the XP CD, since they’d be pre-service pack 1 and might cause problems, so I copied them over from a machine running normal 32-bit windows XP (from its system32 folder).

    Flash has audio again!”

    The idea here is intriguing and makes me hopeful, especially since my Flash Player failure as I recall occurred sometime around applying service pack 2. But I don’t understand the mechanics or the exact meaning of what Kieran did, how he “copied them over” from another machine running “normal windows 32-bit windows XP” (or how one finds such a machine). I wonder if Kieran, or someone else, can give more explicit instructions or tools for dummies like myself, to correct this error.

    Arnold

  257. On 7 December 2008 at 22h23, anonymous wrote

    Arnold corrects last entry:

    …my error. it was Service Pack 3 (not 2) I recently downloaded.

  258. On 10 December 2008 at 04h09, Troy wrote

    This hasn’t helped me at all, I have had this problem before, and before it was fixed by uninstalling and reinstalling it. But this didn’t work this time, and none of these suggestions work either. Its very frustrating and I can’t find any other problems, I can play other sounds just fine, just not flash sounds. I know other people have Already asked, but plz help

  259. On 10 December 2008 at 04h30, omg! wrote

    omg! long story short my speakers were in the wrong jack!! make sure it’s in the green one. ty anonymous April 23 2007!

  260. [...] If that doesn’t work, some people have reported success uninstalling Flash, running CCleaner, rebooting, then re-installing Flash. This will take [...]

  261. On 26 December 2008 at 06h15, anonymous wrote

    Dear HitMeWithIt:

    THANK YOU

  262. On 3 January 2009 at 04h20, anonymous wrote

    thanks to mike at 1171922499h01 got my sound back before tackling all that dangerous registry file stuff and possibly wrecking my computer Jan 01 2009 on Windows XP / Explorer 6

    thanks
    HK

  263. On 14 January 2009 at 18h42, anonymous wrote

    My problem is that with XP sp3 I can get you tube sound and vision in my “Administrator” user, but not in my restricted (no installing software) user account.

    It’s not a registry problem, nor a driver problem, as the computer CAN do it.
    Is it a security/permissions problem? I don’t want to loosen my security settings if I can help it.

    regards
    DP

  264. On 25 January 2009 at 16h37, Me ... wrote

    I have all this mapps, you know, wavermapper and the other one, but still, there is no sound. Could someone help me?

  265. On 27 January 2009 at 12h30, pseudo wrote

    Go to the following sweetspot in your registry:

    My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32

    Create a new String value named “wavemapper“. As value give it “msacm32.drv“.

    And that’s it, no restart necessary, all your Flash embedded videos will have sound again :)

    worked for me

  266. On 30 January 2009 at 22h22, periurban wrote

    CCleaner fixed this for me. WinXP SP 3. I just ran CCleaner on the Flash install and my YouTube is working again.

  267. On 5 February 2009 at 16h17, fatalclaw wrote

    I had the same problem for like 10 days since i was moving my music shit in the other room for my b-day party…after i get my music shit back connected to the pc streaming had no sound… So i was trying everything i could possibly find on the internet… in the end i tryed other plugs ( there are 3 ) and turns out i plugged the cable in the wrong plug :) Try that realy worked oO….

  268. On 2 April 2009 at 17h43, anonymous wrote

    Thank you so much! :)

  269. On 7 April 2009 at 19h59, anonymous wrote

    two ywar without sound !! you save me !!

  270. On 14 April 2009 at 04h58, anonymous wrote

    I had to add the Drivers32 key, then followed the rest, works like a champ. Thanks to the geniuses who figured this out.

  271. On 28 May 2009 at 16h53, anonymous wrote

    Thank you, Thank you…… I tried all the fixes listed on the Macromedia site. but nothing worked. Your solution worked great! Steve Q

  272. On 4 June 2009 at 00h24, anonymous wrote

    Thanks to the LTetrisBlock who posted on 16 February 2007 at 1171589344h29!! Regarding a regedit he broke it down to “The theme of this story: Make sure that your wavemapper says msaCM32.drv and NOT msaCAM32.drv anonymouii.”

    I had this problem for MONTHS!! The other day I thought I’d update my sound drivers. I tried a YouTube video and BINGO, it worked!! I had forgotten though that I had done this regedit before from another post and had CHANGED mine to msaCAM32.drv (Bad bad!) When I rebooted, I couldn’t understand why I had lost sound AGAIN.

    After stumbling upon this post, he pointed out that the driver shouldn’t be msaCAM32.drv but msaCM32.drv. I did and BINGO!! Thank you SOOOO much for saving my sanity! Now I can enjoy YouTube again!

  273. On 4 June 2009 at 16h16, anonymous wrote

    Worked for me.
    How did u get this solution?

  274. On 5 July 2009 at 14h33, anonymous wrote

    This fix worked for me… tried many things but this was too easy and I thank you!!

  275. On 15 July 2009 at 17h46, anonymous wrote

    DIDN’T FIX MINE AND THE REG ENTRY WAS ALREADY THERE.

  276. On 18 July 2009 at 20h01, anonymous wrote

    Ecellent solution. Was reading many good ideas, but this one worked.
    Win XP (German)+ Flash Player 10
    Many thanks

  277. On 12 September 2009 at 18h27, anonymous wrote

    This worked for me too but I had to work on few things. It turned out I already had the file, but it was empty. I could not remove it and had to add additional priviledges to get rid of it.
    (You can find out how and why here: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?s=f236143a2fef100bc13ace14888a82ba&showtopic=88382&st=0&p=597210&#entry5972100)
    Then I downloaded the actual file from the internet, adn now it works perfectly. Thank you so much!!!!

  278. On 17 September 2009 at 12h02, anonymous wrote

    thanks! this worked for me, big help. Must be nice for you to see your post still helping people over 3 years after original post!

  279. On 20 September 2009 at 09h19, Kamran wrote

    Thanks a lot, you are great, it was getting a serious headache!!
    Kamran,Pakistan.

  280. On 27 September 2009 at 14h47, Ronald K wrote

    Thanks a lot! After so many months with no sound on You Tube I have finally fixed my problem with your tip!

    Many Thanks again!

  281. On 2 October 2009 at 15h27, anonymous wrote

    Hi

    I’ve got no sound in IE8. I’ve tried everything – K-Lite Codec Pack Tweat to fix problems states that the Reg Create Key Failed – and I manually tried to create the key you suggest above and it won’t let me – it says that I cannot rename the key as it already exists. Do you have any other suggestion. I have sound in iTunes and Windows media and this problem with the registry editor seems to be it as I have tried everything else.
    Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.

  282. On 19 October 2009 at 17h39, anonymous wrote

    Thanks its worked for me

  283. On 22 October 2009 at 16h18, No audio en vídeos flash | LaBlackBerry wrote

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  284. On 25 October 2009 at 21h50, arjo wrote

    thats bro this hell me

  285. On 25 October 2009 at 21h51, arjo wrote

    helps me

  286. On 26 January 2010 at 04h31, anonymous wrote

    I wanted to say thanks to the Admins for their effort to help those of us who have experienced this frustrating problem. I have a few more fixes and how they apply to Vista and 7 64bit.

    Check if the file msacm32.drv is present in your Windows system32 folder. If not, copy it from another PC (that has the same version of Windows) and place the file in the system32 folder. This applies to Vista and 7 64Bit but in the SysWOW64 directory which is the folder for the 32 bit programs running on the 32bit virtual machine.

    A very common sound problem is an incorrect or missing registry key for msacm32.drv discussed in the preceding.

    1.Launch Registry Editor by typing regedit at Run command.
    2. Navigate to the following registry key:

    For XP and Vista 32Bit:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32

    3. On the right pane, and check for existence of “wavemapper” registry subkey, the mail culprit
    causing Flash no sound. If not found, create a new String value named “wavemapper”, and give the
    entry value “msacm32.drv”. If wavemapper entry is already existed, ensure that its value data
    is“msacm32.drv”.

    For XP and Vista and 7 64bit:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32

    4. On the right pane, and check for existence of “wavemapper” registry subkey, the mail culprit
    causing Flash no sound. If not found, create a new String
    value named “wavemapper”, and give the entry value “msacm32.drv”.
    If wavemapper entry is already existed, ensure that its value data is “msacm32.drv”.

    5. In addition the permissions/security on these keys can prevent your browser flash plugin from
    accessing them and preventing sound. Also if you receive errors editing or the key is blank you
    need to check the permissions by right clicking on the key and choosing permissions. Choose
    Advanced and make sure that the Administrators, System, Users Groups have “Full Control” under
    permissions if not select them and click Edit and tick “Full Control” under the “Allow” column.

  287. On 30 January 2010 at 17h45, anonymous wrote

    Something else to try folks.

    I had the no-sound with flash player problem. The registry entry was there and the msacm32.drv was in my system32 dir, but still no sound.

    So, I replaced the msacm32.drv with a copy from my i386 dir – same date, same file size – and it restored the sound. The file must have been corrupted somehow.

    Maybe this will help, good luck.

  288. On 17 June 2010 at 21h05, anonymous wrote

    I have had the same problem for a couple of days and literally got lost in all the forums. My system had crashed and I was advised by the call center of the manufacturer of my laptop to reinstall Windows XP. I lost the sound on the internet videos right after that.

    The “registry key” solution is the most common solution offered, but it did not help me at all. Thanks to the last entry right above, I checked the systems 32 folder for the msacm32.drv file. The file was missing somehow.

    If the registry key solution did not work for you or the key already existed,
    check if the file msacm32.drv is present in your Windows system32 folder. (C:\WINDOWS\system32) If not, copy it from another PC (that has the same version of Windows) and place the file in the system32 folder. The file is 21 kb large and is also downloadable for free from file sharing websites,
    you can google it, or simply download it here:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?z5zztkdyong

    Hope this entry helps you. BR.

  289. On 15 August 2010 at 13h46, anonymous wrote

    helps me

  290. On 17 September 2010 at 14h23, anonymous wrote

    thank you :)

  291. On 19 November 2010 at 05h14, anonymous wrote

    under services i had to press restart windows audio, even though it already said started. worked for me. thank you everyone.

  292. On 4 January 2011 at 20h50, anonymous wrote

    Really the best solution EVER

  293. On 20 June 2012 at 04h45, Flash Player on Mute? » free icons download wrote

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  294. On 4 July 2012 at 17h08, anonymous wrote

    still not working no matter what, wavemapper was already there as well as the value, why cant this work for me????