Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable >>>>> "Mark" =3D=3D Mark Schiltz <email@example.com> writes: Mark> On Mon, 18 Sep 2000, David Z. Maze wrote: >> Mark Schiltz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: MS> I think I have tried everything, maybe my sound card is not fully MS> supported? I have a motherboard with built-in soundpro MS> (CMI8330). The sound is working with the exception of the cd MS> audio. I know the cd is working because I can use the phone plug MS> on the face of the cdrom. >>=20 >> Two thoughts: >>=20 >> (1) Is there a cable inside the computer connecting the CD-ROM to the >> sound card? Mark> Yes >> (2) Run a Linux mixer program. Is the CD audio volume non-zero? Is >> the master volume non-zero? Mark> I have tried many different mixers. Mark> This is a dual boot machine and cd audio works in the other (W98)= system. Mark> I guess I should just get a new sound card. What do you use to start the CD playing? I found out my newly installed SCSI CD was not properly supported by cdtool and dcd... cdtool's cdplay can't start it, whereas dcd can... but dcd doesn't show it playing when it actually does, whereas cdtool's cdinfo shows it as playing. Weird. Maybe it's the same with your stuff... try different players (if you haven't already). HTH, Bye, J --=20 J=FCrgen A. Erhard email@example.com phone: (GERMANY) 0721 27326 My WebHome: http://members.tripod.com/Juergen_Erhard Linux - Free PC Unix (http://www.linux.org) Comes in two sizes: huge and Oh-My-God.
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