Why Can't I Hear Any Sound When I Play Video?

Answer

Assuming music and other audio plays without problems, this is likely to be a codec issue. Codecs encode and/or decode the digital data stream. If you don’t have the right codec, or it’s out of date, Windows can’t play the file properly. The easiest way around this is to install a codec pack. Try the excellent free tool K-Lite.
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