Old 29th November 2000, 04:06   #1
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When I insertaudio CD's the tracks list in winamp without any track time, then when I go to play them I get an error: "Unable to open device. Probably your system doesnt support Win32 driver cells."

I have an HP Pavilion 8562 Pentium 3 500 MHz processor with 128 megs of ram.. I think i meet the standards to support win32 driver cells.. I am running Windows 98 SE

Please, any help would be grateful..

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Old 29th November 2000, 17:09   #2
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Do AudioCD's play okay with other players, eg. Windows CD Player ?

Could you also tell us the make & model of your CD-ROM Device & Soundcard.
Maybe you need to reload the (latest) drivers ?

Is there definitely a cable connecting your CD-ROM to the soundcard ?

You can always try replacing the default Winamp CD plugin with CDReader
Be sure to read the accompanying txt file.
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Old 30th November 2000, 06:41   #3
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Directly From System properties in the control panel:

MITSUMI CD-ROM FX4821T!A
Device type: CDROM (of course..)
Manufacturer: (Standard CD Rom Drive)
Hardware version: (not available)
Device Status: working properly

Current Driver-
Provider: Microsoft
Date: 4/23/99


Soundcard-
Riptide PCI Audio Device
Driver: RIPTDRV.DRV v4.05.00.2126 provided by Rockwell

Yes, Audio Files play fine in the windows CD Player under Start>Programs>Accessories

Yes, there is definitely a cable going from that CD-Rom to my soundcard..

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by DJEgg:
Do AudioCD's play okay with other players, eg. Windows CD Player ?

Could you also tell us the make & model of your CD-ROM Device & Soundcard.
Maybe you need to reload the (latest) drivers ?

Is there definitely a cable connecting your CD-ROM to the soundcard ?

You can always try replacing the default Winamp CD plugin with CDReader
Be sure to read the accompanying txt file.
<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

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