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I installed a used DVD player and CD burner on my system When I place a DVD to view in the player I have to go to my computer and look for the DVD to open it then I receive a message that DVD navigator was not detected that message is from Inter Actual. When I go to there site for help they don't have anything for Dvd navigator listed. That is my first problem When I load a Audio CD in the CD player Windows media player gives me and error message that "they can not open the file because there is a problem with my sound device. There might not be a sound device on your computer.it might be used by another program.or it might not be functioning properly." But when I place a game in either the Dvd player or the CD player it works fine I have sound etc. I thought there might me a bug in my windows media player 9 so I downloaded 10 and I still have the same problems. When I place a audio Cd in the player I see the window player it will recongize the cd, it will list all the songs on the cd and it keeps on going up and down the list randomly with out any sound.

Before I installed both drives and just had my cd player windows media player was working fine, Can anyone please help me and advice will be greatly appreciated

Thank you!
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