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Firefox 35.0.1; windows 7 Ultimate, 64-bit The only 'always activate' plug-ins are Acrobat and (either) Shockwave or Silverlight (not both).

FF web audio had been working. Now, video still works, but no sound - in particular, YouTube. However, audio does work fine if I open a FF 'private window' - same page, same FF; but there, it works. I had this same problem before, and it cleared after uninstalling/reinstalling Shockwave. This time, no luck with that. And, emphatically, I now see that Both Shockwave (16.0.0.305) and Silverlight plug-ins do the same thing. That seems to say that Shockwave is not the problem.

The Windows 'mixer' settings look fine.

Summary: - No audio from FF - ... except, if I open a 'private window'; Audio there works fine. - Same problem with either Shockwave or Silverlight plug-in - I have re-installed Shockwave, anyway.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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What to do if Firefox won't play any sounds

Did you make sure that the sound isn't muted in the player or in the plugin-container process in the Windows Volume mixer?

Without meaning to be snippy, I think my post says that I'd tried these things ... to no avail.

That aside, the problem has spontaneously cleared, or at least gone into remission. Not from anything I did - a veritable miracle!

So, thanks.

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Did you make sure that the sound isn't muted in the player or in the plugin-container process in the Windows Volume mixer?

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What to do if Firefox won't play any sounds

Did you make sure that the sound isn't muted in the player or in the plugin-container process in the Windows Volume mixer?

Without meaning to be snippy, I think my post says that I'd tried these things ... to no avail.

That aside, the problem has spontaneously cleared, or at least gone into remission. Not from anything I did - a veritable miracle!

So, thanks.