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How can I reinstall or sound? Find More Posts by DJ Egg Winamp & SHOUTcast Forums > Winamp > Winamp Technical Support Can't hear CD User Name Remember Me? Password Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes 17th May 2002, 10:28 #1 Euan Junior Member Join Date: May 2002 Location: Tokyo Posts: 8 Can't hear CD Hi, Anyway, the fact that there is apparantky no cable explains the lack of sound. check that

Do this before going into BIOS. Most also have a headphone jack on the front to let you listen to CD music directly. Bleeping Computer Forum Rules and Posting Guidelines link Back to top #7 nigglesnush85 nigglesnush85 Members 4,371 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:UK Local time:01:35 PM Posted 26 February 2007 - 08:16 AM Click OK.

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However, in order to be able to have CD audio play on your sound card, they need to be connected directly to it. Even if it has been disabled there, the drivers would still be installed. Mike __________________ -- Mike - MacBook Pro 15.4" (9,1) - 2.3 GHz i7 8GB RAM - OS X 10.11.6 / Windows 10 Pro 64-bit - MBox 3 Mini - Mixdown interface Most CD-ROM drives come with a thin, three-wire cable to enable this.

That's all you should need. The meters are dancing around, so it appears to be working. Digidesign has tested the soundblaster card and says it should work properly (it has for me). It reads for a while, plays and all the CD info is on the screen but it is silent.

I should've read the previous posts first Bear in mind, I'd only just got out of bed 20 minutes before my last reply Hmmm . . . it connects the CD-ROM to the sound card... Find More Posts by DJ Egg 17th May 2002, 14:58 #3 Euan Junior Member Join Date: May 2002 Location: Tokyo Posts: 8 Cool... Several functions may not work.

Find all posts by mfym « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Search this Something is missing. I don't know what I've done or not done to have this problem. What make is your laptop?

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You can change your subscription / opt out at any time. I've had the system for 2 weeks and burnt CD's etc (i have a burner and a ROM running, my prograns are reading the right one!) so it is working all Windows 10 Media Player No Sound Do you see 1 Digital Output Only? Click on Advanced in the Play Control panel.

You could always just create a hardware profile for Pro Tools with the on board sound disabled. This man says about every thing that I has thaught of since I changed over to CD. I woldn't mind playing my sets on them. //DJ Hessler September 7, 2011 at 9:59 am #6974 Marc Andy TilleyMember Me either cd is better than mp3, i managed to get if you go back to device manager, under audio devices can you list whats there?

MADFERRIT View Public Profile Send a private message to MADFERRIT Find all posts by MADFERRIT #8 11-03-2000, 09:41 AM QuikDraw Member Join Date: May 2000 Location: Yucaipa, California, Back to top #3 Dando Dando Topic Starter Members 43 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:35 PM Posted 25 February 2007 - 04:24 PM Nope if I do as you suggest I Open Notepad, goto: File -> Save As Change the drop down menu to "All files" (instead of Text Document) Save the file as C:\WinNT\cdplayer.ini (Don't type anything in the actual page, http://magicnewspaper.com/media-player/i-hear-audio-only-in-wmp.html If you sing live or play an acustic instrument you can never reproduce that sound 100% with digital recording equipment. (not with analouge equipment either in reality but in theory you

Start menu/Control Panel/Sounds And Audio Devices. (or if you an icon in tray next to the clock, click on that). If your CD inserted is a music CD/CDA file format, just put your audio/speaker cable infront of the CDROM output (if there is any) and use either the control panel of Results were conclusive - they couldn't tell the difference.

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The Libretto only has a microphone port and a speaker port, 2.5mm stereo jacks. All Of A Sudden I Can't Hear Sound On My Laptop Started by Dando , Feb 25 2007 03:21 PM Please log in to reply 9 replies to this topic #1 And is it working ok? I loaded up and registered CD Architect on my studio computer, threw a couple songs in it, but can't for the LIFE of me get any audio out of it.

In the second, the CD-ROM itself is playing the disk and converting it directly to an analog audio stream. In Windows 95, double-click the yellow speaker icon in the system tray. What would be the procedure to uninstall the v2 CDreader and go to v1.95 ? More hints Then again, if you are running a soundcard in addition to the Digi 001, then I'm full of hot air.

Results were conclusive - they couldn't tell the difference. There appears to be no way to set the listening device (my bad terminology) to my 003R. Please consider a donation to The PC Guide Tip Jar. You can pick up a universal internal CD cable for $5 or $10.

You will still need a line-out from the on-board soundcard into the 001. could the DIGI wave drivers be stopping an audio signal because it doesn't support it? It is much harder with EDM that has far higher bass volume over the frequency range. Usually the connectors on the sound card are labeled with common brand names for CD-ROMs such as "Sony", "Matsushita" (Panasonic) and "Mitsumi".

The time now is 06:35 AM. The "use local cddb" setting makes CDReader also use the cdplayer.ini file in the Windows dir, where it stores all cddb info. I get a message to say that an audio mixer device is not turned on or something. Not responsible for any loss resulting from the use of this site.

Thanks! But, before you switch to the digital CDReader plugin (url in above links) which reads directly from the CD-ROM via the data cable, try the following: 1) Make sure CD Audio I can hear sound when the PC boots up and if someone MSN's me, I can hear sound so the card or whatever must be working but I cannot hear CD's Here's the story - Yes, I had no audio connection CD-ROM->PC.

Play Control will open up. Most PC soundcards do this with a smallish wire running inside the PC's case, from the CD drive to the soundcard. Back to top #9 Dando Dando Topic Starter Members 43 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:35 PM Posted 28 February 2007 - 05:40 AM I uninstalled and then reinstalled Quick Time Player, This'll probably get censored (Nullsoft/AOL/Gracenote don't like it when we tell people to do this) but in CDReader config, make sure the cddb address is: freedb.freedb.org:8880 Again, you'll need to close

No error messages. Recommendation: Double-check that the CD in the drive is an audio disk and is working properly by connecting headphones directly to the headphone jack on the front of the drive.