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Another WMP11 problem

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by TJ23, Jul 7, 2007.

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  1. TJ23

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    This problem started about a month ago. When I play downloaded videos (music or movie) they stutter and skip. I notice the audio is also not in sink with what is being played. I thought it might be the new downloads, but I played some old videos which played fine before, and they do the same thing. Any suggestions on what may be causing this and a possible solution. I have WMP11 and WindowsXP.....Thanks...TJ23
     
  2. theskywasgreen

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    Hi, I just thought I'd let you know, that i'm having the same problem...I thought no one else was having it, but thank god (i suppose) someone else is!! One thing i've found is that...when you go on performance in task manager my CPU usage goes to or damn near 100% whilst media player is open...It never used to do this for the year I have had it, but it recently has...Is yours doing the same thing? I'm trying to find a fix for the CPU usage but had no luck, If you find anything, please let me know
     
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  4. emptx

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    Same here...audio is fine, but video is choppy. My computer is an HP Pavillion a1637c with the following specifications...

    Athlon 64 X2 (W) 4200+ 2.0 GHz, 1GB RAM, Windows MCE

    I am using Windows Media Player Version 11.0.5721.5145

    The same downloaded video that plays choppy on the above computer plays great on my dinosaur Windows 98SE computer.

    emptx
     
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