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Creative Labs CT4870 - sound from DVD drive, not from internal or CD drive

All of a sudden no audio from files on internal and CD drives. Files on DVD drive produce sound.

The DVD drive has a separate audio cable connecting to the CT4870 card.

Do I have a bad audio card?

Thank you.

Herb Pardula

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Go to my computer. Right click on your CD-ROM. Choose "Properties". Choose the hardware tab. Again hit the properties button and again the properties tab. Click on "Enable digital CD Audio for this CD-ROM device" and make sure there is a check mark in the box.
Click OK, then APPLY, then OK, and try play your audio CDs again.
You can use this so you don't need audio cables.

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