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and others. Check audio cable If following the above instructions your CD Audio still is not working properly, verify that the audio cable is connected properly. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Audio CD's Burn Successfully But There's No Sound This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our Find More Posts by Ice 10th July 2000, 15:03 #9 nogoslow Guest Posts: n/a Ice, Where do I get that? have a peek here

In the Show the following controls section, select Volume Control and Wave. 3. You could download a free player like VLC as well. If present, double-click the sound icon to bring up the sound properties. I use CDBURNERXP and it seems to work (and I use that on Windows 2000.)Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - If you are copying these from another CD, anchor

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Also, make sure the sound on the DVD isn't set to DTS, as many internal sound cards cannot decode DTS. but it now give me an error saying my CD-Rom drive does not support the ASPI RAW_READ Command Any Ideas? In newer SUSE LINUX versions, the green LED has been replaced with a 'mute' option below each slider that you can enable/disable. Or would most sound cards not support that? [This message has been edited by randman (edited August 04, 2000).] randman Winamp & SHOUTcast Forums > Tech Support Greatest Hits

Get the answer DennisPAug 24, 2008, 4:07 PM Hey guys, Thanks for the replies. Try playing a standard commercially-recorded CD to find out if the problem is related to the homemade CD. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Select the DVD tab and then click the Advanced Button.

Please try the request again. Cause There are two possible causes: Wrong mixer settings Missing audio cable connector Solution First check whether the channel for the CD drive is set to mute in the sound mixer. In the meantime, modern systems are equipped with a new function via the IDE data cable that renders the audio cable unnecessary. techgeekAug 24, 2008, 5:58 AM If you are using Windows Media Player, go to Tools > Options.

by ktreb / December 25, 2006 8:13 AM PST In reply to: Copying Legal .wma Files... Nikkie4x4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Nikkie4x4 26th May 2000, 01:10 #2 Bilbo Baggins Wind Chime of the Apocalypse Join Date: May 2000 Location: The Forest Installed a Siny SATA DVD.CD drive. I'm actually attempting to burn .wma files that I purchased from an online music service.

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Last resort..I'll re-install PowerDVD hoping that whatever driver that was removed when I uninstalled it before would be replaced. useful reference The audio on DVDs is simply data - the sound card in your computer processes it and then outputs it. Cd Player Plays But No Sound If your speakers still remain silent, the reason is surely a missing audio cable connector between your CD-ROM drive and your sound card. HTH Bilbo Bilbo Baggins View Public Profile Visit Bilbo Baggins's homepage!

Been told it's not necessary....however I play DVD's and get no sound. navigate here Flynnz 11th July 2000, 00:37 #11 nogoslow Guest Posts: n/a Flynnz, Thanks for the help!That soloved the problem for me.player works great now! Additional information See our CD-ROM definition for further information and related links on this term. CD Burning Tips © 2017 RealNetworks Knowledge Base Home Real.com RealNetworks Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Zendesk Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games

Try with nero to see if that works. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Downloads Support Community Development Search Wiki > SDB:Your CD Player Is Working But No Sound Is Produced Sign up | Login Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Check This Out In this case, use an IDE data cable to play your audio CDs.

Discussion topics include iTunes, Audacity, converting audio files, , DivX, AVI, QuickTime, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, Winamp, and other audio and video software apps.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Audio CD's Approx 74 minutes of music per cd? Winamp Forums Home Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Members List FAQ help Register Rules Winamp & SHOUTcast Forums > Tech Support Greatest Hits No Sound playing a Cd User

Anyone have an explanation for what's happening?

Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Tossa 28th July 2000, 13:00 #16 randman Guest Posts: n/a Tossa, it sounds like you need to update your ASPI layer. I knew different..although I did try and change them to no avail. It can help troubleshoot problems with codecs, and I identify what stream is using which codec.

[email protected] 2nd July 2000, 05:17 #4 someguy Guest Posts: n/a The same thing is happening on my computer. In addition, the volume slider should not be in the lowest position. Password Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes 25th May 2000, 16:40 #1 Nikkie4x4 Junior Member Join Date: May 2000 Location: Jersey Shore, Pa U.S.A Posts: 1 I this contact form Thanks!

As for KsCD, the volume control is located below the main display. Please try again now or at a later time. No audio from SATA DVD drive Sata dvd drive SATA DVD Drive Issue DVD Drive Audio Port Can't find your answer ? You can get what you need from http://www.adaptec.com/support/faqs/aspilayer.html .

Xerxes View Public Profile Visit Xerxes's homepage! Ask ! pelican_head 21st July 2000, 14:01 #13 pelican_head Guest Posts: n/a it's ok it works now weird???? Have you experienced any trouble with this brand of media b4?

You should hear regular CD audio there though.If you have any sort of codec problem, you can try a program call GSpot (I know funny name).