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Re: [ProgSoc] Cd audio in win98
> >"What new Win98 feature am I talking about? There is a config checkbox
> >that you can set to play music digitally from your CD-ROM without using
> >that stupid analog cable from your CD to your soundcard. Dig it."
> >I wonder what sort of performance hit this entails over your average IDE
> Err, 150k a second? It's a performance hit, but it won't dog your machine
> that much.
Would this solve all those problems with extracting audio CD data that
were being discussed here not that long ago? Will Windows 98 actually be
useful for soething? Why do I get the idea that if scores of dedicated
rpgrammers haven't been able to get around the problem, then neither will
Microsoft? I understood that most CD-ROM drives had this feature crippled
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will pick himself up and continue on'
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