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see to it if the audio driver of your PC is available...if not, that the reason why you cannot hear sounds...but if your using any devices( vcd player, dvd player) see to it if the connector your trying to use is compatible to the player...
Hi there. If the lens was damaged it wouldn't read at all. Its asking for a decoder, you have to buy these, they are programs like PowerDVD etc. If you don't want to pay for a decoder then use VLC Player, this will play your DVD's as its universal. Get it here >>>>>>>
There are three ways to create a Video CD (VCD) that contains your photo stories:
You can obtain Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition and view the Photo Story 3-authored WMV file in Photo Story 2 by going to Play your story or create a video CD of your story and then create a VCD.using the Photo Story 2 Video CD-burning feature.
You can obtain Microsoft Digital Image Suite 10 or above and view the Photo Story 3-authored WMV file in the Photo Story that comes with the Digital Image Library and save and burn to VCD.
You can obtain VCD-authoring products that work with Photo Story files, such as MyDVD by Sonic Solutions or InstantCD\DVD by Pinnacle Systems. You can use these software to convert the Windows Media video (WMV) files into files that can be copied to a DVD and played in a DVD player. Note: VCD and DVD-authoring software is not included with Photo Story 3.
I have had this happen to me! What you are going to want to do is:
Go to My Computer
Right click your dvd drive (mine is "D")
Left click Properties
Click the tab on the top that says Hardware
*It should show you all of the disk drives on your computer*
Locate your DVD drive depending on the manufacturer--click on it
Now that it is highlited, click Properties
Click the Properties tab at the top of the box
Make sure that the volume level all the way to the right
If there is a check box saying "Enable sound" or something similar to that, check it
If there is a check box saying something like "enable sound for DVDs" check it
This should work, if not, respond again to this message!