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Solved CD ex does not work

November 9, 2012 at 09:05:05
Specs: Windows XP

I just downloaded CD ex - I'm a novice so I don't know if I did something wrong in the download process but when I open it to select music from a folder there is no response and it cannot find the help file... When prompted I saved to my program file folder on my c drive and asked if i wanted to save short cuts from a list - I just chose accessories list - but I don't know what that means... can anyone help? Please. So much to learn about computers...

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November 9, 2012 at 10:46:59

Okay!!!! - i fixed CDex = was the ASPI thing .. Thank you for your response - have a great evening further x


#1
November 9, 2012 at 09:22:34

CDex is a ripper, what are you using it for?

http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/?q=su...


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#2
November 9, 2012 at 09:28:42

Thanks - but i did go there and need to be registered to ask a question - which I applied for but still waiting for my acceptance email - so - in the meantime... I search...

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#3
November 9, 2012 at 09:31:23

Like I asked, what are you using it for? Are you ripping songs from CDs & converting them to MP3s? You can do that with Windows Media Player. Did you read thru the FAQs like the link suggests?

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#4
November 9, 2012 at 09:54:15

I want to email a 2007 Powerpoint presentation with music. I linked the mp3 but to all email recipients the file path pointed back to the F drive (my external hard drive - even though I copied the music files into the same folder as the presentation on my computer c drive. - following instructions. I read the best way to ensure delivery is to embed wav files. I downloaded a converter - converted to wav and embedded but the emails truncated - too large. I read then a way to do it is to use CDex. it tricks powerpoint into thinking the mp3's are wav files and embeds them allowing the file size to be small enough to email. I downloaded CDex - but when I choose convert - add riff wav header to mp3 - and browse for folder - it does not pick up the music in the folder. so i looked further and downloaded ASPI win ( something ) apparently this is needed for windows Xp- I 'm overwhelmed - but I have it now - but it has not helped CDex as yet - when i try to go into the help folder it tells me it is not accessible... BASICALLY... I'm going crazy - have a deadline to deliver the presentation...

thank you for responding - any help is great at this point...


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#5
November 9, 2012 at 10:46:59
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Okay!!!! - i fixed CDex = was the ASPI thing .. Thank you for your response - have a great evening further x

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#6
November 9, 2012 at 14:45:40

I didn't help on this post but may I thank you for taking the trouble to pop back and tell us the outcome. It is very much appreciated on these forums but doesn't always happen.


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#7
November 9, 2012 at 14:51:42

Hi Derek

Thanks for the thanks - its always good to be in community...


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