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Well, I’ve been playing with this thing now for two days trying to get FMOD to play CDs. I have a Cd-R/RW drive and a DVD-Rom drive. I load the media but it does nothing it just sits there.

I’m sure that I may have over looked something but what is it. I have yet to notice what I’ve done wrong, if I did anyting wrong at that.

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Well, the drive that I am trying to play the cd through is the E drice (DVD-Rom drive), then I later tried with the F drive (CD-R/RW drive), and well it plays. Sorry for wasting space here, it’s just that it want work with the DVD-Rom drive and I was determined to make it work. I’ll continue to play with it untile it plays.

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Hi, man counldn’t remimber my password for this account so made that one up there. Well that sounds cool to have dual drive support. Now I have a new problem, I made a pretty good CD Player application, in MS Visual C++ and I was going to convert it to MS Visual Basic, and put it on my page. Well I decided to take the program to school to play with it, and to see if it’ll work on NT 4.0. Well that damn system will not play the freakin dynamic linking library file, because it says some crap about it not being part of the image. Now what the hell?? So if we are allowed to do this is it possible to compile a .dll into the program. If not then any ideas on why NT is b********. Oh yeah by the way we have 2000 don’t know if it will work here, but they say 2000 was made off of NT.

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It’s strange it wouldn’t work on NT4.
Anyway, I’ve successfully used fmod.dll in Visual Basic on Win98/Win2000 and WinXP.

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