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Media player when I rip a CD and play it on the media player towards the end there is distortion this happens on all tracks

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  • pimpernel Oct 04, 2007

    I Have found a solution to the problem, I downloaded a sigmatel driver from Dell and it is much, much better no or very little distortion.

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Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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CHECK YOUR CD DRIVE TO OTHER SYSTEM IF IT SHOWING THE SAME ERROR. THEN YOUR CD ROM IS NOT WORKING. OR IF IT WORKING FINE THEN YOUR OS MIGHT NOT SUPPORT. GOOD LUCK PURUSHOTAM

Posted on Sep 27, 2007

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I know ur cd drive is not proper drive to play musib bye bye

Posted on Sep 26, 2007

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Open Windows Media Player. If visible, click on "Tools" then options. If the menus are not visible, right-click at the top of the Media Player Window, then select "Tools" and click options.

Click on the "Rip CD" or "Rip Music" tab (depending on version).

Remove the tick from the box next to "Copy Protect Music" (or similar)

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