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Audio glitches recently the audio on video or mp3 playback has been glitching heavily - upon running the task manager the cpu is running at 100% usage and i can't work out was program or process is using it. Despite attempts to update the drivers etc nothing seems to sort the problem out. Does some kind person have any ideas what i might do?

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When your CPU is staying at 100% run, that means you likely have gotten a virus or some serious spyware. Those can affect your audio and video playback, because some viiruses and spyware attach through your audio/video. try running your antivirys software; you can also try doing a system restore. if that does not work, you will probably have to reformat your hard drive and then do a fresh install of your operating system.

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