You Touch Me (Album Version)", "Feeling So Real (Ecstatic
Mix)" & "Shining (Previously Unreleased)" + 3
audio CD-Rom tracks "Into The Blue (Album Version)",
"Move (You Make Me Feel So Good)" & "First Cool
Hive (Album Version)" + 2 full QT videos of "Everythime
You Touch Me" & "Hymn" + a video bio, a history
of techno (with animated text) and an interactive do-it-yourself
"click mix" section
How to run the CD-Rom part under Windows 95/98:
STEP 1: find
out if your CD-Rom drive can read this type of CD-Rom. This type of
CD-Rom is the type with the computer data at track 1, index zero.
You can tell if other troublesome CD's are of this type by putting
the cd in your normal CD player and as soon as it starts, back the
cd up with the reverse scan. You should find that you run into a
really long track at index zero.
How to do it in Windows 95:
a) shut down and restart in ms-dos. Using the prompt in Windows 95
alone will not work.
b) call up your CD-Rom directory and look to see if the listing
shows the computer tracks. Audio tracks are labeled
"cda001" or something similar. If you can see the computer
track, you're OK. Proceed to step 2. If not, you're screwed. You
won't be able to use the CD-Rom unless you get a new CD-Rom drive.
STEP 2: find
out the version of your CD-Rom virtual device driver.
How to do it:
a) navigate to the following file: windows|system|iosubsys|sci1hlp.vxd
b) right click and select properties.Then select version on the tab
if you don't have version 4.00.950, all you need is that file
version. If you do, I'm clueless as to how to fix your problem.