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origin8502 (2/18/2008)
Bloodhoundz Reborn (2/18/2008)
For the last few months when I try to RIP my cd's it either doesn't rip the 1st song or the 1st 2 songs has a lot of static in the song.

Anybody know what to do?

Get a new CDROM/DVDROM drive. Seriously. ;)

******!, I didn't want it to come down to this.

Me and technology don't go together everything breaks on me.

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Click on "Help." When the menu drops down, click on "About..." That will give you the version number. Also, what OS do you have and is it fully patched?

The reason I'm asking is because the fix is different depending on if you have Media Player 9, 10, etc., and because if you're using XP, then you need to be patched through Service Pack 2. If you're using Vista, then I'm not sure what we're gonna do...that OS has plenty of bugs that haven't been fixed by MS yet.

ON EDIT: Nevermind, just saw that you have 10. Standby...

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Sorry it took so long to get back...I had to open my Media Player and scout around a bit.

Here's what you need to do:

Open the Media Player

On the Tools menu, click Options

On the Devices tab, click on your CD drive (it should be on the list), then click Properties

In the Rip area, locate the Use Error Correction and check that box.

That should enable the Error Correction in the media player.

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oregonsfan (2/18/2008)
Sorry it took so long to get back...I had to open my Media Player and scout around a bit.

Here's what you need to do:

Open the Media Player

On the Tools menu, click Options

On the Devices tab, click on your CD drive (it should be on the list), then click Properties

In the Rip area, locate the Use Error Correction and check that box.

That should enable the Error Correction in the media player.

Thanks a lot.;)

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