Toomas Aas wrote:
also the CD is connected to the sound card because it does work in windows.
This doesn't necessarily mean that the audio cable is connected. If you're using Windows Media Player to play audio CDs in Windows then you may be using the "digital playback" feature, in which case the data is read off the CD via IDE and then fed to sound card.
If you can play CDs in windows using good old 'CD Player' or Winamp 2.7x (not sure about newer versions of Winamp) then we can indeed assume that the audio cable is connected.
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