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Hi! How are you? Me struggling. My problem is that I can not play an Cd from my Cd-Rom, I put a Cd in the CD-Rom and clicked on the d: drive and there is no audio, I have checked my properties in my computer and the audio icon near the clock and all seesm to be working great.
Jet Audio is set to be the default Cd Player. I have checked everything and with no luck, no sound nothing zilch, What is the problem, is there anyone who can help me with this please.
Thank you for your attention and collaboration.
Have you tried setting playback from Analogue to Digital?
You can see how to do it in this thread:
see the red box? Click on it and make it into a D :D
HI! Thank you eXity for your reply, I will try it, if there is no sound, then I know the Cd-Rom is close to the brink. Senior Member you are, I like Senior Member, they are very helpful.
Thanks again and take good care and be safe.
HI! Me again, I do not want to be a pain, but now I can hear sound, but it is buffering every ten seconds or so, do not know what is happening.
Can anybody help out there please. Thank you.
Hi! I wanted to say, is there anybody out there that can help me please.
Check and or apply:
Enabling DMA in Windows 95B/98/98SE/ME
1. In Windows, click the 'START' button, select 'SETTINGS', click on 'CONTROL PANEL'.
2. Double click on the 'SYSTEM' icon, click on the 'DEVICE MANAGER tab. 3. Click on the (+) sign beside 'CD-ROM',
4. Select the cd rom and click the Properties button.
5. Click on the Settings tab, ensure that the DMA box has a checkmark.
Note: Follow the same procedures for other devices on your system
CD-R/RW, DVD-ROM and CD-ROM, etc.) to ensure that DMA is also enabled where applicable.
For hard drives: double-click on the 'Disk drives' heading in Device Manager, then double-click on 'Generic IDE Disk Type xx' (the name of this item may be different on your system). DMA is located under the 'Settings' tab.
Enabling DMA in Windows 2000/XP
1. In Windows 2000, click the 'START' button, select 'SETTINGS', click on 'CONTROL PANEL', then double-click on the 'SYSTEM' icon.
In Windows XP, click on the 'START' button, then right-click on 'MY COMPUTER' and select 'PROPERTIES'
2. Select the 'HARDWARE' tab, click on the 'DEVICE MANAGER' button.
3. Click on the (+) sign beside 'IDE ATA/ATAPI CONTROLLERS'.
4. Double Click on the IDE channel (Primary or Secondary) that the dvd or cd rom is connected to, this will bring up its 'PROPERTIES' dialog box. Select the 'ADVANCED SETTINGS' tab.
5. Set the "Transfer Mode" to 'DMA if available'.
('Device 0' is the MASTER and 'Device 1' is the SLAVE on the IDE channel.)
6. Click OK to accept.
Windows will prompt you to reboot the computer for the changes to take effect. Please reboot.
Note: Follow the same procedures for other devices on your system (DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, Hard drive, etc?) to ensure that DMA is also enabled where applicable.
Thank Goodness for copy and paste. :)
I have exactly the same problem. Digital playback has buffering all the time. DMA is enabled (UDMA 2 - Ultra33). I've an Athlon 2500, 1Gb mem. Playback buffers even when do absolutely nothing else. Have tried disabling Antivirus and Firewalls (as they always first to blame!).
I'm using kX drivers on SBLive!. There's no hiss at all with these great drivers, but analogue audio doesn't work. Just switched to digital and I find it's buffering all the time :confused:
Just tried Windows Media Player 9. It plays digital CD flawlessly. What's up with JetAudio?
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