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I cannot tell if this is a hardware issue, or what, but my audio is breaking up. I'm running XP Home on an Asus MB, 1.7 gb processor, 1.5 gig of RAM, with a Creative sound card (Sound Blaster Audigy). 99.9% of the music is just fine, the other .1 could be a file problem or something in the data. When I run Video, that's when the audio break-up occurs. Any ideas?
Thanks, Giddyup

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Thanks for that question. Right now it is just happening on the net through Firefox. I will download a video from someplace and check that out.
Thanks, Giddyup

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As long as I've been doing this I've never been into this area before, so I'm no confident as to the extent of my knowledge. I have Cineplayer, Nero, etc., but I'm not sure if that's what you're referring to. Going into the Device Manager I see Audio Codecs, Audigy and Video Codecs. When I go into properties each have many postfixes, but I'm really not sure of what I'm seeing. I apologize for my lacking.
Giddyup

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OK, does it only seem to happen when using a particular player or can it happen with more than one?

THIS is an example of a codec pack.

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The main problem I've noticed is mostly through the browser. If the rate of download does no stay ahead of the playback then there is a definite problem, so I've begun, in many cases Pausing until it finishes loading. Every once in a while I will still get some packet breakup even doing that. I've not really downloaded any files to the harddrive so I can't really address this at the moment. I'm having difficulty find files to download. As far as music files go I get an occasional hickup in a song. When I take a DVD and put it in, say, CinePlayer will give it to me without a hitch.
Thanks, Giddyup

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That sounds more like a bandwith problem rather than an audio one. What speed is your internet connection?

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