DEAR NO PROBLEM THAT YOU CAN DOWNLOAD FROM REALTEK WEBSITE DIRCTLY THROUGH THE EALTEK OWNERS SITE.
TO YOUR COMPUTER
YOU WILL FIND AND BUY IT A CD ROM CONTAING REAL TEK APPLICATION FROM THE COMPUTER SHOP NEAR BY YOUR TOWN.
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easy: locate a local audio/video transfer place or videography studio that you can hand these off to. Request mp3 format on CD as the mode of delivery. Usually they have the equipment needed and it isn't very expensive. Some will even clean up the sound for you. Slightly more difficult: locate a hi-8 player, buy a $30 conversion cable that goes from the hi-8 camera or hi-8 deck to your computer (type of cable will depend on the type of camera you get and type of computer you have), download video editing software and capture the tapes. Once the files are in the computer you can export as mp3 and burn a disc.
You actually do have a sound device in your pc, just no drivers. there are a number of options. 1st go to the mfg site and use their driver upgrade service.( it's free) 2nd, cnet.com has audio drivers and probably realtek ac97 will cure your problem.(also free) 3rd and the best option is to go to drivermax.com it is a free service that will scan your computer and give you the option to upgrade all the drivers on your system. There is no adware or spyware on this site and I send all my customers before I come out and charge them a service call.
Are the files actually .mp3 format? There are a few different compressed formats available now and some mp3 players etc are not compatible with these formats.
Older players (and some current ones) for instance will not play .wma files which are Windows Media Audio files.