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The cd shouldn't be making a noise, but your cd drive might be, there could be something wrong with it try to identify any cracks or marks on the cd, if there are any that may be the cause behind the program not responding. The loud hum you're hearing could be due to overheating, carefully check your computers temperature, if the cd is damage the loud hum may be produced due to the cd drive overworking itself trying to read a damaged disc. Hope this helps.
This is usually happens if the DVD drive receives too little power from the laptop or maybe it's just needs a cleaning. I would try first to clean it from the inside, using a cleaning CD. If that doesn't help you will have to check maybe with a technician if the drive is receiving enough electricity. Some info- Dell is known for her malfunctioning drives, mine sucks. It reads okay, but burns crappy CD+DVD. sometimes these drives needs to be replaced after a while
If Wii gives Disc Read Error, First step you need to check is to try
another disc or clean the exisitng disc. This will confirm that problem
is with either Wii or Disc. If the console itself is giving disc read
error then it needs to be repaired. You may check out DIY Wii Fix Guide,
that will show step by step information to fix the problem yourself. It
also gives Information on fixing many Wii Related Problems, so its a
kind of Wii Problems Reference Fix Guide
First you have to specify, which program you are using ! Adobe Acrobat, MS Word or any other program ?
Adobe acrobat: On your Menu, select or click "view" and select the "read-out-loud" option from the menu, then, in the next pull-down menu that appears, select your optioon to read the whole document, or only the page.
General WindowsGo to start, click on run, then type in narrator. Make configurations that you need in the little narrator window. This program should read most Windows appliances. To configure your narrator, navigate to your control panels to the "Speech" control panel. Open it and configure the speed and the output audio device.
If you use WinWord, you can easy copy-paste your text into notepad to read the text-out-loud