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audio CD versus SB16/AWE64

Posted on 1997-11-20
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When I install win95 from zero, I'm able to play audio CD with the
microsoft CD-player. When I dare to install the creative labs software,
SB16 or AWE64, the CD-player from microsoft as well from creative labs
doesn't work anymore. 'Good times' works but volume control is not
working.
Even uninstalling the creative soft doesn't fix the cd-player from
microsoft.

Any suggestions???

Thanks in advance
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Question by:smetd
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tkd_jay earned 50 total points
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try going into your System control panel under devices and removing any and all sound card entries from there.  After you have done this restart the system, it should find the sound card, at that point you can reinstall drivers from Win95 cd or if you have a seperate disk for the drivers, you can hit "have disk" and go from there.
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by:smetd
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It seems to be a bug in creative labs softw. Patch is available on theweb.
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by:swerve
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The AWE64 software is not without problems........mine just keeps hanging.... any ideas???????
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