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If your speekers have a analog input. Next to digital. Like a standard stereo phone plug. You can buy a cable from a generals electronic store. But if not. You will need to do some very careful soldering to re-instate the missing analog component.
I did this and it works well. You need a soldering iron and some solder and a magnifiying glass because the components are very small.
The problem was that one of the speeker terminal wires was touching the metal body
of the car on the edege of the hole where the speeker magnet sits.
Once I moved the bare wire a little it fixed the problem.
It's the little wire on the speeker itself not the wire that runs to the player.
Open up the unit and clean the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. If that does not resolve the problem, try a music CD and report the results here. I suspect that the optics have begun to fail. If that is the case, the music CD will play but a DVD will not. The optics assembly is available (part # RAF3023A-1) for about $60.
Locate the file from your other machine and copy it over. it will most likely not be the only missing file.
Windows device manager will almost never find a suitable driver on the web and you may need to locate it yourself from the installation cd.