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Odd problem with AudioQuest DragonFly or JRiver

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I am currently not getting any sound from YouTube with the DragonFly, and that happened after I installed JRiver (still as a trial version.)  So does anyone of you having YouTube issues with either JRiver or DragonFly?  This is only a minor problem but still bugs me.  Thanks.

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NVM, it turns out to be a bug in Google Chrome.

post #3 of 7

Now the error got fixed or still you are unable to hear sound??

 

ethernet first mile

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Thread Starter 

Although Chrome uses it's own Flash player, I uninstall my stand alone copy of Flash and restarted Chrome, then it somehow fixed the problem.  Not sure will the bug pop up again as this is still a on going problem with Chrome.

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Chrome's internal sandboxed flash player (Pepper Flash) can sometimes conflict with system-wide flash. Go to "Chrome:Plugins" and expand the details by pushing +. There you will see a list of all Flash plugins in use. You can safely disable all but the Pepper Flash plugin, which will alleviate those conflicts while still giving you the benefit of Chrome's sandboxing. 

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Thanks for the tip.

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Thanks for the tip.

 

Glad I could help.

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