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By sneeta ·
Help!

I have Windows 98 installed on my pc.

All of a sudden I cannot record via mic. Just get a "Shushing" sound on playback.

Also Playback on macromedia site (flash tutorials) plays but voice really really slow. Now have discovered my cd player won't playing at all via Microsoft CD Player or Yamaha station 32 (did previously).

Have tried to play cd's via Windows Media Player version 7, but experiencing same problems as with Macromedia playback - extremely slow!

I did installthe latest version of Quicktime and then uninstalled it. Don't know whether this has had anything to do with the problem, as I hadn't "recorded" or "played" a cd since doing this.

Have checked "Devices" under Multimedia Properties, but all Drivers seem to be enabled. So I'm at a total loss as to what to do/check next.

Any advice would be most appreciated before I got totally insane!

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by David Balogh In reply to No playback sound

I have no idea what has caused it, but, you may want to download the latest drivers for your sound card. Then remove the old ones from system panel and install the new ones.

good luck
david

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by sneeta In reply to No playback sound

David

Thanks for responding to question.

Worked a treat! Downloaded up-to-date drivers from Yamaha site.

CD playing. Mic recording and playback fine.

Many many thanks for advice.

Regards.

Sneeta.

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by Netuser In reply to No playback sound

Uninstall all programs that you had installed prior to the problem. Then do what you are trying to do. If it still doesn't work, you need to reinstall your media players.

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by sneeta In reply to No playback sound

Thanks for responding to question and advice.

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