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CD-BA1700 mini components system

Hi, When i connect speakers to system and turn on the display shows PROTECT. Is there a way yop get this off ? Is there a battary inside at all ? Please whatever you can help with. Thank you..

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Re: CD-BA1700 mini components system

I am not sure. I could get you in contact with the suppliar for more info. Or I could get in tough with them for you?

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I have quick conversation software from Value Soft but cannot get it to install in windows 7

Hi rpolipnick,
I am very sorry to have to tell you this, I found the following at ValuSoft:
Operating System: Windows® 95/98/ME/XP
Processor: Pentium® 90
RAM: 16 MB
Hard Drive Space: MB Free
Drives: CD-ROM drive
Display: SVGA display (640x480, 256 colors)
Cards: 16-bit sound card
Other: Speakers or headphones (Microphone recommended)

Windows Vista/7 are not a listed supported operating systems for this product. Running
software on an operating system not listed in the system requirements for the product
can lead to unspecified issues within the product.

I do have a solution that you may be able to use, check out this link:
You are able to either type or paste text in one language into the box, and it will translate it into over 50 different languages.
Sorry about the ValuSoft program not working, but maybe my solution will help.

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No audio

Make sure of the following:

1. Your speakers are properly plugged in and turned on.
2. You have connected the speakers to the correct speaker output (usually with a headphone symbol) in the computer

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Hi .. my dvd drive not detecting any cd or dvd wat to do?? aow reinstall bcos its not detecting any cd

If you have only one drive, make sure that it is connected at the end of secondary ribbon cable of the motherboard and make sure that the jumper is set to master. If it still dosen't work you may have to write down the make and model of the cd drive and download a driver, also make sure that it is identified in the system bios on the secondary IDE channel. Another thing you could try, depending on your O/S, XP for example. Go into control-panel+system+devices+"selected drive"+update driver. In some cases, depending on your system, you may have to save the device to a floppy & install it in DOS

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Please help its case of sound not coming

Dear Neha,
You sure that sound driver is properly installed or not.
You open control panel and click on sound and device, check device volume.
Double click on sound icon that show on system tray, and check balance and volume.
If all things are ok you check your jack (sound port).


If sound driver not installed then insert your motherboard CD and run setup/auto run/auto play
Select or check sound driver and install.
Restart your pc and enjoy! email:

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I want a mini project in c++

hi baksci..i am project manager in one of the leading software company.i can help you in doing this mini project.please free to call me..09739728706

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Linking sound wave files to PowerPoint

Hi Rose,
Instead of copying presentation directly to CD, simply do Package on CD (File menu --> Package in CD, then copy to a folder or directly burn to CD
it will contain everything required to run presentation your PPT file, Powerpoint Viewer and all supporting files.

any ways having problems pl contact me

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Headset Problem Rosetta Stone

I found the answer. Rosetta Stone has a problem detecting the mics if the speaker input is not in someway connected to the mic. I'm not exactly sure how it works, but I don't care and neither should you.

Follow these steps each time you want to use it and you should be fine.
*I'm on Vista, but this should work for every one.
1. Open Control Panel
2. Open Hardware and Sound
3.Open Sound
4.Set Line 1 as your Default Speaker
5. Refresh the Mic list
*All of your mics should now show up.
6. In Rosetta Stone, apply the mic you want and finish the setup.
7.Start whatever language you're using and switch back to the Sound menu.
8.Set whatever speaker you want to use as default.
*Rosetta Stone will continue to work fine until you close it, switch Users, or remove the mic.

In short you have to set the default speaker to LINE 1 to get the mics to appear. Then when you apply the settings switch the default speaker back.

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TV volume equalizer

Ear-jarring volume discrepancies between television shows and commercials may be a thing of the past if Motley Fool Stock Advisor selection Dolby Labs (NYSE: DLB) persuades TV manufacturers to include its new technology in their sets.
We're all familiar with the phenomenon: We're reclining in our Barcaloungers, calmly watching the late show when a commercial comes on and the volume has suddenly increased 10 decibels, causing us to spill our beer as we jump for the remote control. Dolby says its new Dolby Volume technology will make that rude awakening a thing of the past.
The technology is pretty important for Dolby, because systems incorporating its surround sound technology make the experience that much more jolting when it occurs. It might not be as jarring on your rabbit-ears set in the kitchen, but on that 60-inch plasma screen with five, six, or seven high-def speakers pointed at your cochlea, it can leave your ears ringing.
Dolby will unveil its volume control system at the Consumer Electronics Show Monday in Las Vegas, and the company hopes it will start appearing in television sets by year's end.
The difference in volume occurs because programmers try to compress the sound to boost volume without exceeding the limits the government has set. While most televisions today are equipped with circuits that are designed to stabilize the differences between TV shows and commercials, they are not necessarily effective and can still be problematic if the broadcaster fails to properly operate equipment on its end. Part of the problem: Depending on the type of program a commercial is inserted into, the commercial might actually be broadcast at too low a volume. While viewers might not consider that a problem, advertisers would, so generally, broadcasters transmit the sound all at one level.
Audiovox (Nasdaq: VOXX) recently came out with a device to help minimize sound differences by automatically detecting when a television has gone to commercial and lowering the volume for you. Dolby seems to go one better than this.
First, its technology isn't an external box that needs to be hooked up to the television set. We've already got enough wires crawling from our sets with DVD players, cable boxes, game systems, and whatnot. A sound "equalizer" might just be too much.
Dolby instead offers one chip that would be part of the set's components. (According to some reports, Cirrus Logic (Nasdaq: CRUS) has spoken highly of the development; it may wish to partner with Dolby to put the technology on its chips.) The technology then mimics how the human ear works, and how people perceive changes in loudness because of various factors. Dolby then created formulas to have the technology react to those factors to create a more even experience. It believes it could be applied to MP3 technology as well.
Perhaps another area where it should be investigated is cell phones. Despite advances there, sound quality has never been all that good, but Q Sound Labs (Nasdaq: QSND), another surround-sound developer, is using its MobileQ technology to provide a surround sound experience on close-proximity speakers and headsets. With advertising moving to mobile phones, quashing loud commercials before they begin could be a big seller.
Let's hope Dolby's technology proves popular, if only so that another drop of beer will never be spilled while jumping to turn down an annoying commercial.
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Living Books

Well, first thing to see if the cd is scratched up. If it looks ok, put the cd in and do not play it yet. Go to My Computer and see the cd in the drive. Right click on the cd drive and go to Properties. Here you might see something that says "make compatible for" or something similar. Choose Windows 95 and try the CD. If it still does not work, repeat the Properties thing and change the display setting option to 256 color or 8 bit. If that fails, change it to Windows 98 and try it. There is a way to get it working. If you are lost, already, I can send you an illustration of this procedure. Good Luck

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