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Re: dvd rom sound
Please install the drivers of your computer, the chipset,vga, audio driver. if all of this driver are installed and did not video did not sounds, maybe you need a player. install the mega codec player and play DVD on this player.
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1- Your DVD / CD player , which is not reading the video files properly probably because of a damaged lens.
2- Your RAM is less than the amount which is required to play the video file properly.
3- The CD / DVD itself if it has scratches or has done bad, if this is the case with all video cds/dvds then this is not the problem.
Now to check if it's not a problem with your DVD or CD player reading the disc,
Try copying the video file to your hard disk and play it , if it works ok , it could be the reason that your CD/DVD lens is damaged and not in best condition.
See if it would play regular cd, then see if it would play dvd's. The reason is because most gaming cd now and days are dvd's and maybe your dvd-rom has a driver issue or the laser head isn't reading it. So try that first, then see if the drivers for the cd/dvd rom is working properly in the device manager. It may need a dvd coded software, try installing like powerdvd or something. If it still ain't working, and it can't play dvd's then your cd-drive could be history
1) Ensure the Audio cable (Green or Blue socket) with a speaker and the arrow pointing out is connected to the speaker
2) Ensure that the Device manager Sound drivers are not marked as exclaimation marks nor disabled
3)Enabled sound drivers by clicking on enable this device in Device
4) Ensure the 4 pin flat headed audio cable connected from the Motherboard to the DVD-RAM or DVD-Rom or CD-Rom Drive
5) Call the manufacturer for online assistance if drivers need replacement on version selection
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hi go to start, settings, control panel, click on sound and audio devices. on the volume tab locate properties and click on it. now another box will appear look for cd volume and adujst it whist playing a cd until the sound is less distorted.
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On many CD-Roms, or burners, there is a plug on the back that is for Digital Audio. It is a rectangular shaped plug. Some PC's require that a cable is attached from the back of the burner, to either the on-board audio (on the motherboard), or to the sound card that may be installed. If you have any further questions, just let me know :)