Category : Music and Digitized Voice
Archive   : CDP.ZIP
Filename : README.TXT

Output of file : README.TXT contained in archive : CDP.ZIP
February 3, 1993

Welcome to CD Player for Windows 2.0, the Shareware Version!

We're sure you'll like this product. Check the main computer magazines
for product announcements for the retail version.

If you downloaded the bigger zip file, VBRUN200.DLL is included. This
file, if included in the zip has to be in your Windows system directory.
Installation for all other files is the same and is described below.

All files should be installed in a single directory. Make sure you put
included .vbx files in the subdirectory you have created. You can put
the .vbx files in your windows\system directory, but be forewarned...
these are are VB 2.0 files, and if you have VB 1.0 vbx files by the same
name in the windows\system directory, you will overwrite those files,
which will disable VB 1.0 apps on your system that use these vbx files.

Also included in the zip are two TrueType fonts. These should be installed
through the Control Panel, Fonts section.

In order to make CD Player 2.0 work, the Windows 3.1 [MCI] CDAUDIO driver
MUST be installed in your Control Panel, Drivers section. If this driver
is not installed, here's how you do it...

Go to the Control Panel, and choose the Drivers icon. Choose the Add
button, and select [MCI] CDAUDIO from the list, click on OK. You will
be prompted for the proper original Windows disk, and notified when the
installation of this driver is complete.

One last note... The retail version is VERY different. This shareware
version, even if you buy the registration number, is not the same as the
retail version (also known as the complete version). There's a
description of the differences, which you can see by choosing the
File menu in the app, then choosing the "Differences - Shareware and Retail"
menu item.

Have fun!!!

Enis Moran
Graphical Bytes, Inc.

  3 Responses to “Category : Music and Digitized Voice
Archive   : CDP.ZIP
Filename : README.TXT

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