CD-Rom dilemma

I can not seem to get any music to come through my cdplayer.exe program. However when i use Media Player 9 i do get music but it skips and stutters, which is the reason i am trying to play CD's through cdplayer.exe. I do get music through a pair of headphones and everything in cdplayer.exe seems to be working except the sound issue. I have looked around the web for any tips and have not found a resolve yet. Any information on the Media Player 9 issue or the cdplayer. exe would be very appreciated!
AhpookAsked:
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GoldwingCommented:
When did this start? did it work OK before?
or did it never work?
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AhpookAuthor Commented:
Yes, it did work before! I had a new CD-ROM drive installed and thats when these issues started. If i could get the stutters out of media player 9 that would be great as well.Either way i would be happy

Thanks for the response
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drcspyCommented:
how fast you r processor and how much ram .......if you dont got a lot it'll 'skip and stutter' alright specially when you clik some other thing while it's playing
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AhpookAuthor Commented:
700 megahertz on the processor and 512 RAM
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GoldwingCommented:
Uhhmm.. when they installed the new CD-ROM, did they hookup the audio cable between the cd-rom and soundcard?



Mediaplayer is capable of playing sounds thru the IDE connector, cd-player is not.
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AhpookAuthor Commented:
Mildly umbarrased! No they did not. Thank you for your help. The Media Player issue is a bit frustrating but i can live with it.

Thank You Again
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GoldwingCommented:
:)

glad to be helping out
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drcspyCommented:
LOL
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