Audio Problems 2

  • HannibalinVA
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I recently bought a new Dell computer and the audio will not work on any internet websites. Audio works fine through different media players though.
  • unstopabl3
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Have you tried a different browser ?
  • HannibalinVA
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Post 3+ Months Ago

yeah, thats exactly what was wrong. Firefox is strange, back to IE7beta.

Thanks!
  • grinch2171
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You gave up FF for IE7 Beta?

HOLY CRAP!
  • HannibalinVA
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Post 3+ Months Ago

FireFox sound with my computer is strange, Firefox has alot of other issues as well
  • Albert_chu
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Post 3+ Months Ago

never trust a dell =.=
  • grinch2171
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Post 3+ Months Ago

HannibalinVA wrote:
FireFox sound with my computer is strange, Firefox has alot of other issues as well


Odd, I have absolutely no issues with FF, including sound. But even if I did have issues with FF, I wouldn't substitute it with a beta browser from MS. There is also Opera and Netscape and quite a few others I would use before IE.
  • X3ndou
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I've never had issues with FF sound either. I agree with Grinch, who would go from Firefox to a Microsoft product, especially a BETA microsoft product?
  • HannibalinVA
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I see everyone is anti-microsoft/anti-Dell, Im pretty new to the computer world. I just purchased a Dell E510 with a 2.8ghz dual core processor and 2gig of ram. I just switched from Verizon DSL to 30MBDown/5MBUp Fios Service. Good Choices.
  • think.correctly
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Post 3+ Months Ago

damn you and your fios! damn youse to hell! :P i kid. im stuck up here in the north with my freaking cable. [its decent cable mind you, but your upload is my download and that pisses me off a little bit.]
  • a2cyrus
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Post 3+ Months Ago

How mutch do you pay for the 30/5 $179.95 - $199.95?

I hope you have more than one computer running 24/7 downloading torrents and porn @ 3.75 Mega Bytes per second, as thats the only way it would payoff $180 a month.

Now don't get me, having a 30Mbps connection is awesome, however the price difference from the 15Mbps/3Mbps package (<-- which I currently lease) to the 30Mbps/5Mbps package is adding $130 a month unless you need that +2Mbps on the upstream it's just not the better deal.

And the anti Dell/MS jabber is just a hyped bandwagon that some (L)users feel necessary to reiterate. It makes them; dare I say "1337", when they talk *plum* about MS windows on a forum they load via I.E Beta 7 on there new dell they got for christmas.
  • think.correctly
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how about i talk smack about microsoft and dell while on my step-fathers mac, or my home-built computer while on my linux partition? :)

as for Hannibal, how are the latencies for your connection?
  • a2cyrus
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I would rather set myself on fire then use a Mac.

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