cd drive behaving strangely

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by bj, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. bj

    bj Guest

    I am experiencing the following problem
    Yesterday I was trying to copy some CDs.I could play them without any
    problems and was able to copy them,however on playback there was no audio.
    I then realised that on passing the mouse arrow over the tracks on the disc
    each track was supposedly 44 bytes long.Going to Properties gave the
    Size=44 bytes Size on disc=2.00KB Created 01 January 1995(various
    Every audio cd I put in the drive produces the same result
    I have Zone Alarm and AVG on the computer
    any help would be appreciated
    thanks already I'm now going to scan with web software
    bj, Jan 1, 2005
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  2. bj

    HF Guest

    Their format is obviously cda - what is your problem- put them in a player.
    You may not have an audio cable connected or ?
    HF, Jan 1, 2005
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  3. put them into a non-computer CD drive and see if it works there. If it
    does, then it's a problem with your computer. If they don't, it's a
    problem with the burn process. It will narrow the problem down.

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    Weyoun the Dancing Borg, Jan 2, 2005
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