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These are my current settings, and it has been working fine for 1.5 years.

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I doubt that any of this is the cause of your problem.

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Robbie wrote:
I doubt that any of this is the cause of your problem.


So do I... well, guess I'm just not the most lucky of guys when it comes to using PCs... which is the reason for me keeping those machines out of the studio until now.

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MicEater wrote:
I've had that installed a while ago, and encountered nothing but problems when using it. This program tried to access my internet-connection every 10 seconds, and crashed each and every time it could't get one ...


I'd uninstall and try again. It's a really excellent and easy-to-use programme. It don't do no harm contacting the net at the start as it will look for updates and register you.

What are you running? Win 98, Millenium, 2000 or XP?

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They are made for you to work... so if it doesn't something silly is wrong.

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It don't do no harm contacting the net at the start as it will look for updates and register you.


It may well do that, but not with my ISDN-connection, because I just don't want to pay any money just for starting a program, if you know what I mean. The problem is, it didn't only do that when I first started it, but each and every time I started the program :? .

I'm running XP Pro and have no other problems whatsoever.... but these damned rippers and encoders just don't seem to work...

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Hi Mic,

I've never had a problem with CDex doing what you describe, but A couple of things might be worth checking out.

First, under OPTIONS/SETTINGS, click the GENERIC tab and make sure that NORMALIZE is checked. This should sort out any volume problems; raising a low signal and cutting any too high.

Then, on the ENCODER tab, make sure that the Encoder is set to 'Lame MP3 Encoder', not sure if this will affect anything, but it's the one I use.

Then set the OUTPUT SAMPLE RATE to 44100 and make sure the BITRATE MIN is set to 64kbps (for Radio G purposes).

Like I say, not sure if any of this will help.

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MicEater wrote:
I'm running XP Pro and have no other problems whatsoever.... but these damned rippers and encoders just don't seem to work...


It's just a setup thing I'm sure. If I'm online it contacts the web server, if I'm offline it dosen't try and get smart with me! Hey, just send me a 50 second *.wav file from work (if you are allowed) I can use that!

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Goodmoring Oxford,
Jolly fine morning here old bean ... the weather from Dijon has come up here. Absolutely spiffing old chap.

Eh what!

Pete Ponsenby-Smyth


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Pete Young wrote:
Hey, just send me a 50 second *.wav file from work (if you are allowed) I can use that!


I'll do that tomorrow, Pete! Thanks for your help... I'm sure the fault is on my side of the equation :wink: !

Drum,

Those are my settings exactly... I'll try to fumble around with it again tonight, and hope I'll get some results out of that... :roll: .

Thanks guys!

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