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« on: March 17, 2003, 05:26:26 PM »

I just recently bought a cd-rw and I'm having trouble.okay,my problem is:The cd-rom cable is connected to the sound card,but the cd-rw came with the same cable to connect to my sound card,the sound card does not have two slots for connecting both of them.What is a solution to this problem?? ASAP!!!  

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« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2003, 04:25:31 PM »


The cable you're talking about is only used to play audio CDs. Usually this cable should be connected to your cdrom drive so that the cdrw is not overused. When you play audio CDs you would always use the cdrom drive.

If for some reason you want to be able to play audio CDs in either, you may have to customize a cable or look for one that is already customized but I am not sure if that exists. Since you can only play one audio CD at a time, there is not much use to having both drives configured to play them.

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