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guys i have audio cd..i have linux mandraiva2005 .. i can't make teh audio cd work...there is a program which work automatically on gnome but no sound there...i tried to ...
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    audio cds how to read


    guys i have audio cd..i have linux mandraiva2005 ..
    i can't make teh audio cd work...there is a program which work automatically on gnome but no sound there...i tried to make mount but it said input output error..i need to hear teh songs on teh cd..
    what can i do?

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    You do not mount audio cd's .

    Does the sound work elsewhere?

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    yes but maybe it is low volume..i don't know..i just raise teh volume of mplayer..and don't know how to raise teh sound else

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    here what i have noticed..
    1-the program called audiocd..recoconized the files in teh cd..and stated taht it is 17 file..not just so..he said the lenght of each file..
    2-the program plays teh tracks...i see it processing it and teh cd lcd keep flasing whiling playing..

    but still no sound..i m sure taht there is sound..i have seen something called sound voulme control..i saw a cd entry i rasied it to teh max...but still the same?!!

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    Is the CD volume control unmuted?

    Also, can you play any other sound in another program?

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    For fsck's sakes, put your THs togetehr!!! It's bloody annoying to read through stuff and find a vowel in between every T and H. Teh, taht, teh, taht.. The only thing unlike this in your posts is 'lenght,' in which you reversed the order of the TH. Dude, please take the time to type correctly! There's a button called "Preview" right next to the "Submit" one, just for this kind of thing. Make use of it!
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    i can play sound in mplayer and other programs..
    the volume of the cd is not muted..it is ok

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    What program are you using and do you get any errors?

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    maibe it's a hardware problem. You have the cable witch connect the sound card and the cdrom? I had a similar problem with audio cd's. I put this god damn cable and everything worked.
    I don't know. Just try it! It may work. Else ... sorry for taking your time.

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    i now hear the songs..i used a program called amarok..by that program i can hear..
    i used before a program called audiocd(automatic program)..

    i don't know how to control anything in that cd....and by the way i don't have the cable from the cdrom to the sound system plugged...i m throughing it away..will it help to plug it..i don't think so because i can hear it now , without the cable being plugged..
    i just don't know

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