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not reading cd audio correctly?

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  1. Mathias

    Mathias Thread Starter

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    my cd drive has recently been running fine.. when i installed a burner and took it out my original cd drive stoped being able to read audio cds. The message "We have determined that windows media player can not accuratly read your CD drive digitaly." comes up when i try to play a audio cd.
    It reads data cds just fine.

    Info:
    Windows ME
    50x CD Drive
    1GHz
    256MB Ram
    no additional cd drives installed
     
  2. slipe

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    Check the cable that runs from your CD-ROM to the sound card.

    If that is OK remove it in device manager and reboot. It will reload the drive.
     
  3. Mathias

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    tried both.. still no go
     
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