Windows 10 has updated the flash player to 184.108.40.206. And I connected the monitor with the laptop and the speaker with the hdmi cable. I want the sound to come out of the monitor connected by htmli, but the sound always comes out only from the laptops. Previous Flash player works normally, but after this update I have this symptom.
I have the same problem now. So I deleted the flash update and it solved the problem. Update 220.127.116.11 seems to have a problem with the default sound output settings
This could be due to the new feature "Support Audio Output Selection in Flash Player". You can choose the default device from the Adobe Flash Player Settings menu. Refer Release Notes Flash Player 27 AIR 27 for more details.
I have the same problem in Windows 7 and IE 11. In my case Windows shows the TV as the default under playback devices, but the sound comes from the laptop. The only way to get the sound through the TV is to disable the laptop audio device, which then doesn't show up as a device so it has to be 'repaired'!
The thing is, I can't find any menu like the one shown in the release notes you linked to. How do I access it? In the settings menu under Control Panel there is no audio output tab.
And why this new 'feature'? Everything worked fine before.
This is fixed in the next release of Flash Player, scheduled for release next Tuesday October 10. In the interim, you can download and install the Flash Player beta posted at Download Adobe Flash Player 27 Beta for Desktops - Adobe Labs
Note that once you install the beta, you'll be in the beta channel. To go back to the release channel, uninstall the beta (using either the beta uninstaller posted on the same page, or the release channel uninstaller posted at Uninstall Flash Player for Windows and then go to https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer to download and install the release version.
Roger that, many thanks for the quick reply. I'll probs keep it simple and wait 'til Tuesday.