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audio CD problem.

Posted on 2000-03-03
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If I put an audio CD to my CD-ROM my win98 stop working. After I pick out the CD,windows start working again.
What's the problem?
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Question by:neox
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by:mr_black
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neox,

Is the problem with one or a few of your CDs or all of them?

mr_black
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by:NullZero
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If it's only one or two of your CD's, it might be because the drive is haveing a hard time reading the Disc.. and this sometimes couses the OS the hang.
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by:neox
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in win95 it was fully functionaly and the problem is with all the audio CD's
:-)
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mr_black earned 5 total points
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My 1st recommendation at this time is to goto the CD-ROM manufacturers Web site and look for the latest drivers to the drive and see if that doesnt solve the problem. If not, let me know, as there could be hundreds of causes :)
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by:neox
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thanks mr_black, the problem was in old drivers.
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