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ceejay123 | 19:19 Fri 02nd Nov 2007 | Computers
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I put a cddrive cleaning disc in me comp and it wouldnt play it. I wanted to clean the player as you do with a music system cd player. It asked if I wanted to change to analogue and I said yes! What a nob!
Now the comp will not rip music from a new "Eagles" disc and I think it's my fault for messing with it.
I tried to rip another disc that I already have to check if it wasn't a write protection issue and it refused to do this.
The following error message appears. Can anyone tell me what to do (dont be abusive please I know I'm a nob for messing!!)
Chris
Windows Media Player Error Message Help

You've encountered error message C00D10D2 while using Windows Media Player. Additional information is not currently available for this error.



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Technical Details
This error might have been triggered by an error in another program or component of Windows. The following information describes the original error.

Original Error Code
Original Error Message

C00D0FB0
Windows Media Player cannot rip tracks from the CD correctly because the CD drive settings in Device Manager do not match the CD drive settings in the Player.


Additional Assistance
For information about obtaining technical support from Microsoft, see the Troubleshooting Windows Media Player page.

For general information about using Windows Media Player and other Windows Media technologies, see the Windows Media Player FAQ page or the Windows Media Knowledge Center.

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In Media Player go to 'tools' 'options' then the devices tab, click on your CD drive and click on properties, that should show what the device is set to, digital or analogue etc. Select digital and try again.
Fitzer's suggestion will probably do the trick, but if not, try:

Right-click My computer and choose properties.
On the Hardware page, click Device Manager button
Double-click your CD drive
On the Properties page, check the "Enable digital CD audio..." box, then OK everything.
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Many thanks I'll try that but not 'till Sunday when I've got the time.
Chris
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Brill Fitzer I'm back up and running.
Thank you
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It is not necessary that the error is with cd drive or media player. It could be a windows error. So just try to reinstall the windows media player or any other player you are using and then you can use disc cleaner but please make sure that not to use analogue option.
It can clear all your data.
If the same problem persist after doing all these steps then you can go through this link http://www.go4customer.com/au/ they will definitely help you with the same.

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