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MEDIA CENTER I ripped a cd it,s playing the track but I don,t have any sound.

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  • white dove Nov 08, 2007

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    Thanks for the reply from Carol & Kaks I now have sound from my computer. Thanks again! White Dove.
















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Check your speaker cable it is connected or not and I want to know that Sound is not coming when you play the cd or Sound is not available in ur system, If everything is ok then try to rip the cd again from window media player

Posted on Nov 07, 2007

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Hi! White Dove,
First things , first, check the cables in back of your computer, and see if cables are in the right order, green, pink or orange, and blue, and put the cable speaker in the green one, also check if you have the right drivers for your sound card, and is not place in mute on the task bar.
hope I can help!
Carl

Posted on Nov 06, 2007

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