Old 9th June 2015, 20:08   #1
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When i play music you don't hear anything

Hi, i have problem with winamp for the past few days

When i play music you don't hear anything, when u play in other players it's ok, it's not muted, it's not volume down, so i really don't know. Sometimes it works after i restart computer but that doesn't work anymore.

I also reinstalled it and still nothing.

Can someone please help me?
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Old 9th June 2015, 21:57   #2
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Hi, i have problem with winamp for the past few days
When i play music you don't hear anything, when u play in other players it's ok, it's not muted, it's not volume down, so i really don't know. Sometimes it works after i restart computer but that doesn't work anymore.
Better to investigate problems in Winamp Technical Support section.

Make sure you are using Nullsoft DirectSound Output plug-in. (out_ds.dll)
Make sure Winamp volume is adjusted loud enough in Windows Volume Mixer.
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Old 10th June 2015, 12:21   #3
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Hi, i have problem with winamp for the past few days

When i play music you don't hear anything, when u play in other players it's ok, it's not muted, it's not volume down, so i really don't know. Sometimes it works after i restart computer but that doesn't work anymore.

I also reinstalled it and still nothing.

Can someone please help me?
Is that problem affecting all file formats? Try the patched mp3 build

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Old 10th June 2015, 17:16   #4
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Is that problem affecting all file formats? Try the patched mp3 build
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Better to investigate problems in Winamp Technical Support section.

Make sure you are using Nullsoft DirectSound Output plug-in. (out_ds.dll)
Make sure Winamp volume is adjusted loud enough in Windows Volume Mixer.
I checked those 2 and and still no sound

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Is that problem affecting all file formats? Try the patched mp3 build

Yes, but only in winamp. I hear everything in other players.
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Old 10th June 2015, 18:02   #5
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I checked those 2 and and still no sound
I have no other ideas.
I suggest explaining the problem, and any attempts to solve it, in a new thread in the "Winamp Technical Support" section.
It is important to attach a text copy of an Info Report.
Don't include the report in the body of your post.

http://forums.winamp.com/showthread....61361#infotool

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Hi nebojsa1992,

If the volume control in Winamp is set at the far right side of it's range, then Winamp's selected sound device may have been changed somehow.

Use the hotkeys "Ctrl + P" to open the Winamp Preferences dialog box. Select "Output" under "Plug-ins" in the list on the left (near the bottom of the listing). Then select the "Nullsoft DirectSound Output" on the right side and click the "Configure" button at the bottom of that panel. Switch to the "Device" tab in the dialog box that opens. In the selection box, select your sound device that is set as the system default in the Windows sound utility in the Windows Control Panel. Sometimes the selected Winamp sound device gets switched to "01: Primary Sound Driver" (e.g. after a sound device driver update). This setting doesn't work for some users.

Switch to the "Other" tab and make sure the "Enable volume control" option is selected.

Click the "OK" button to enable the settings and close the dialog. Then click the "Close" button in the Winamp Preferences dialog box. You may need to restart Winamp for the updated output settings to take effect.

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Old 11th June 2015, 11:01   #7
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Hi nebojsa1992,

If the volume control in Winamp is set at the far right side of it's range, then Winamp's selected sound device may have been changed somehow.

Use the hotkeys "Ctrl + P" to open the Winamp Preferences dialog box. Select "Output" under "Plug-ins" in the list on the left (near the bottom of the listing). Then select the "Nullsoft DirectSound Output" on the right side and click the "Configure" button at the bottom of that panel. Switch to the "Device" tab in the dialog box that opens. In the selection box, select your sound device that is set as the system default in the Windows sound utility in the Windows Control Panel. Sometimes the selected Winamp sound device gets switched to "01: Primary Sound Driver" (e.g. after a sound device driver update). This setting doesn't work for some users.

Switch to the "Other" tab and make sure the "Enable volume control" option is selected.

Click the "OK" button to enable the settings and close the dialog. Then click the "Close" button in the Winamp Preferences dialog box. You may need to restart Winamp for the updated output settings to take effect.
I checked this and everything was alright
I seriously don't know what to do anymore, i don't wanna change my player, i love Winamp, but i have no idea what it could be. Maybe something with sound driver or something like that?
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Old 11th June 2015, 15:21   #8
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I checked this and everything was alright
Use the Winamp Info Tool (http://koopa.meggamusic.co.uk/infotool/) to make an extended report of your configuration and attach it to a post, like ryerman suggested above.

You said this started a few days ago. What else changed on your computer then (new software, updates, etc)?

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Old 17th November 2015, 10:25   #9
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Had same problem and followed Aminfus suggestion, worked a treat. Thanks!
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Old 17th December 2015, 10:45   #10
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I was having problems with this on my old webpage (I write a blog) and nothing seemed to resolve the issue. That'S actually why I joined this forum in the first place. I used a domain transfer with 1&1 and havent had any problems since.
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