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 In newer SUSE LINUX versions, the green LED has been replaced with a 'mute' option below each slider that you can enable/disable. tried the aspi update too but got this message: "ASPI error:0x4 (SRB completed with error) Sense Key:0x3 (Medium error) Sense Code:0x2 0x0 (No seek complete)" winamp is great, but i'm mighty Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Check This Out
If yes, skip ahead to Solution 2. DVD's in specific require that the audio and video streams be decoded by whatever codec your system is using. Note: In few exceptional cases, your CD-ROM drive might not be attached to the CD channel but to a different channel in the soundmixer. Dagny 2nd August 2000, 01:33 #19 randman Guest Posts: n/a Tossa & Dagny: It still sounds to me like you don't have ASPI installed correctly since you get errors
Was this article helpful? 1 out of 3 found this helpful Contact Support Contact Support Contact Support Related articles No sound when playing files (Windows) Unable to play audio CD in I get windows start and shout down sounds. Furthermore, please note that some CD players (such as KsCD in KDE) may have their own volume sliders. Thanks a million.
Tossa 28th July 2000, 13:00 #16 randman Guest Posts: n/a Tossa, it sounds like you need to update your ASPI layer. In addition, the volume slider should not be in the lowest position. Was this page useful? by KittyPop / December 22, 2006 3:18 AM PST In reply to: If you are copying these from another CD, you may be getting Thanks for the suggestions so far.
For this purpose, refer to the article: SDB:Input Plug-in "CD Audio Player" Does Not Work with xmms
No audio from DVD's More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Russia France Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About 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 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Audio & Video Software forum 6 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 Open the Control Panel Double-click the Multimedia icon Click the CD Music tab Verify that CD Music Volume Verify that the volume is turned up mid-way or more.
[email protected] 2nd July 2000, 05:17 #4 someguy Guest Posts: n/a The same thing is happening on my computer. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/49553-32-sound-audio SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Cd Player Plays But No Sound what gives. Verify that the CD-ROM or CD Audio option is turned up mid way or more and that it is not checked on Mute.
Try with nero to see if that works. his comment is here Things are working just fine now. For instance mine is InterVideo. Check audio cable If following the above instructions your CD Audio still is not working properly, verify that the audio cable is connected properly.
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. but no sound when i play a cd-rom what am i doing wrong or not doing at all. Good luck.A7n8x dlx G Bios Agressive settingsxp1700 Paly 2x 256 Crucial [email protected] cl 2.5ATI Radeon Sapphire 9200 WDCaviar 60gig w 8mb Cache @ 7200 "There is no magic server pixie dust." this contact form I had been using Nero 6 and really like it....but won't work in Vista.Cheers techgeekAug 25, 2008, 6:33 AM Nearly all commercial DVD software makes there codecs available to Windows Media
Double-click the speaker icon, select the Options menu, and choose Properties. 2. No promises. [This message has been edited by randman (edited August 01, 2000).] randman 4th August 2000, 12:12 #20 Tossa Junior Member Join Date: Jul 2000 Posts: 2 You might experience audio playback problems when you try to play CDs that you or a friend recorded.
I deleted the Icon for Power DVD and will use Media Player 11 to play movies.Thinking of Buying the new version of NERO (8) to use with XP and Vista on For example, have you tried both Windows Media Player and Windows Media Center? Here's why. SUPPORT PC & Mac Play CDs & DVDs Follow No sound when playing audio CD Why is there no sound when I try to play an audio CD with RealTimes (RealPlayer)?
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Uninstalled PowerDVD and now media player would not play the video on a DVD ...error code that referred me to MS and of course...no remedy available. The cable from my sound card is plugged into my CD-ROM so I can't hear sound when I put a CD in my CD-R. http://webstrategy360.com/no-sound/avi-no-sound-windows-media-player.html To make sure the volume is not muted on your system: 1.
What you are looking for is that there is a codec and this it is reported.If you are worried about audio in general, you could also put in a CD and Last resort..I'll re-install PowerDVD hoping that whatever driver that was removed when I uninstalled it before would be replaced.