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    10.04, Acer Aspire Revo R3610, No Flash Audio

    I've seen other threads which seem to have died regarding this, apologies for starting a new one but hoping to find some new information, or at least troubleshoot it to solution myself here.

    I have an Acer Aspire Revo R3610, with a clean install of Ubuntu Desktop 10.04. Initially everything worked fine, then at some point after an update (possibly of the Flash player) I no longer have audio in Flash movies whatsoever. Audio for other things (audio files, movies, system sounds) is fine and plays normally. I have followed several posts elsewhere to no avail, short of removing Pulseaudio and replacing it with Esound - which I am concerned to try incase it renders my system entirely inoperable.

    Any suggestions, kind folks?

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    Re: 10.04, Acer Aspire Revo R3610, No Flash Audio


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    Re: 10.04, Acer Aspire Revo R3610, No Flash Audio

    Thanks for the link, just a small part of the "No sound in flash, but sound works elsewhere" tip fixed it for me. I think it's for an earlier version of Ubuntu, as several of the commands don't work, including apt-get commands to install packages that don't exist. However, after running through the whole thing ignoring errors I got, sound worked again. I had to reboot, and reset my sound setting to HDMI output and turn the volume back up.

    Thanks again for the help!

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    Re: 10.04, Acer Aspire Revo R3610, No Flash Audio

    Quote Originally Posted by seffyroff View Post
    Thanks for the link, just a small part of the "No sound in flash, but sound works elsewhere" tip fixed it for me. I think it's for an earlier version of Ubuntu, as several of the commands don't work, including apt-get commands to install packages that don't exist. However, after running through the whole thing ignoring errors I got, sound worked again. I had to reboot, and reset my sound setting to HDMI output and turn the volume back up.

    Thanks again for the help!
    You are welcome.

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