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No sound When i try to put images from a tape onto a cd the images are fine but i get no sound when i play the cd back. when i'm transfering from the camcorder to the computer i can hear the sound through the camcorder so i know it's there but not when i play the cd back.

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Dear Jaidenleigh,
Problem seems to be in software settings in your PC. Give a close look to software and try to understand its properties.

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