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Cd player wont launch software

Ok I can play music cd's on my cd player but it wont launch installation software, example:..I got my little one a fisher-price digital arts & crafts studio which comes with installation cd but when i put it in nothing launches but light on pc blinks for a few seconds. I have a Dell Dimension E310 pc with windows xp 2000 home edition

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After inserting the CD, double-click My Computer, then double-click the D:/ drive or whichever drive letter corresponds to the CD-Rom drive on your computer. It should now load.

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4.1 About Windows Media Player 11
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If it doesn't, then you may want to install one of dozens of music players you can download and use for free. For example: Windows Media Player or iTunes.

Even if playing a file from your desktop works, it might be good to install a fresh copy of the latest of one of these players.

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