a) Unable to read audio track from audio cd in Windows
2003 32-bit / 64-bit and Windows XP 64-bit:
If you are experiencing problem to load audio cd track
(.cda), please try the following:
1. Check the installation folder of Dexster eg. C:\Program
Files\Dexster or C:\ProgramData\Dexster if you are using Windows Vista, 7, 8 or 10 and look for the file settings.ini .
2. Double click to open the settings.ini
3. Look for the following entry:
4. Chage the isVista=0 to isVista=1 and save the settings.ini
5. Run Dexster and try to load the audio cd track again.
b) WMA Audio Format Not Supported:
The trial version does not come with WMA audio support.
If you are using the full version and experiencing problem
to support WMA audio format, it can be due to the following
1. Windows Media Format 9 Series Runtime Files is not installed.
Please note that before installing the full version, you will
need to install Windows Media Format 9 Series Runtime Files.
You may find the setup file for Windows Media Format 9 Series
Runtime Files (wmfdist.exe) located in the same folder as
the full version setup file. Run full version setup file again
after the Windows Media Format 9 Series Runtime Files installation.
2. The WMA audio is protected. Dexster does not support protected
WMA audio. Protected WMA audio are the music files that you
purchased from online music store like msn, itune, napster and
etc. These files are prohibit for editing.
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