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#31 torrentthief

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 22:29

Just install linux on it.


#32 OP togermano

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 22:36

Obvious troll is obvious???


No not a troll look up my threads u will see i like old stuff even old men

Many drives also had a digital output on them, making it possible to get digital audio directly to your sound card.

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If your drive had the function controls on the front you didn't even need a computer to use it. Just connect it to power and you had a makeshift CD player.


Its hooked up right because It worked fine before I went from 98 to ME

#33 OP togermano

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 00:56

yeah I removed dameon tools and it fixed the problem has something to do with this :

Q: Why won't WMP support digital playback on my CD-ROM drive if I change its drive letter?
A: Brief investigation seems to indicate that this is a bug in Win9x when multiple CD-ROM drives are installed. Let Windows decide the drive letter and you'll be fine. Alternatively, Barry Watzman sez that Adaptec Easy CD Creator, Music Match Jukebox (which rips to WMA), and Audio Grabber all support digital ripping in this configuration. [Supposedly DAEMON Tools also causes digital playback to fail, because it also changes the CD-ROM drive letter.]

#34 +Preppy

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 01:55

yeah I removed dameon tools and it fixed the problem has something to do with this : Q: Why won't WMP support digital playback on my CD-ROM drive if I change its drive letter? A: Brief investigation seems to indicate that this is a bug in Win9x when multiple CD-ROM drives are installed. Let Windows decide the drive letter and you'll be fine. Alternatively, Barry Watzman sez that Adaptec Easy CD Creator, Music Match Jukebox (which rips to WMA), and Audio Grabber all support digital ripping in this configuration. [Supposedly DAEMON Tools also causes digital playback to fail, because it also changes the CD-ROM drive letter.]

What random dude wrote that nonsense? ;-)

#35 remixedcat

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 02:04

Adaptec EZ CD creator was the bom diggity!!! IT WOULD RIP CDS AT 56X OMG!!!! HYPERSPEED RIPPER DRIVE!!!!

HYPER-MAX-DXP AUDIO PLAYER:

and it was as awesome has my DXWRT MASH HYPER AXC AUDIO PROCESSING AT 500000000 SAMPLES PER SECOND AND OVER 90001X HYPERDRIVE DRX PROCESSING!!!!!!

#36 PhilTheThrill

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 03:41

The pro's use 3.1

#37 MtnDewCodeRedFreak

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 03:43

..... is this 2000-2001 all over again?

#38 +goretsky

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 05:12

Hello,

If you have a choice, consider using MusicMatch Jukebox Plus. I had a purchased a copy of the for use on my Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition-based HTPC system prior to Yahoo! acquiring the company, and it worked quite well for transcoding and playing MP3s on my system.

Regards,

Aryeh Goretsky



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