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CD player reads all cd's as audio type

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I recently installed a Mitsumi 24x cd player and it reads all my cd's as audio type cd's rendering them useless unless they are actually audio cd's....I use a windows 95 system and this is driving me nuts.....

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Bill Botz
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by:niges
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I have seen this problem aswell at the computers here at university, I am interested in finding out the problem aswell...

--Nige
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by:rmarotta
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Are the CDs you refer to silver, or are they recordables?
Ralph

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by:bbotz
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The CD's are just regular program cd's such as windows 95 original discs, ya' know stuff ya' buy in any software store.
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by:teesib
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Check your ide controller change it to another
IE. master2 slave1 slave2 and update software of cd-rom driver at
winfiles.com.
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rosscoe earned 100 total points
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remove dos drivers from config.sys and autoexec.bat and see if this cures it
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by:rmarotta
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When you installed the new CDROM drive, did it replace one?
Please post your autoexec.bat & config.sys files here.
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by:bbotz
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To Rosscoe, thanks I tried it but that did not cure the problem.
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by:rmarotta
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bbotz,
If the proposed answer does not solve your problem, please re-open the question so that other experts may provide a solution for you.
Boot computer to Safe Mode and see how the CDROM is listed in Device Manager.
Is there more than one CDROM drive listed?
If so, remove ALL, then shutdown and reboot normally.
Windows should then re-detect and install the drive correctly.
Let me know how it goes.
Ralph

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by:rmarotta
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bbotz,
Any progress with your problem yet?
Don't forget to re-open this question.
Ralph

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by:rmarotta
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If you still need some help here, we need to hear from you.
A comment from you would be nice.
Ralph

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