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Old May 19, 2002, 07:59 PM
Stuart.McDonald Stuart.McDonald is offline
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Question Installation problems MP7083A-HELP! [HP; Pavillion 6308; win98]

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I have managed to have a Ricoh MP7083A installed by my local computer shop who promptly went out of business. Also installed is a Goldstar CD player.
The RICOH plays Games CDs and can record music CDs to the Hard Drive as well as burn CDs via Easy CD Creator. won't play music CDs through the speakers. I can hear the CDs if I insert the earphones to the CD player front. The Goldsatr CD player can play music CDs through the speakers but the RICOH stubbornly refuses to and has not done so from day 1.

Any of your sage-like advice would be most appreciated.

Old May 19, 2002, 08:46 PM
celtic_druid celtic_druid is offline
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Either enabled digital audio, if the drive supports it or hook an audio cable up between the back of the drive and your soundcard.

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