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Playback your music as usual and press ctrl/alt/del all at same time you get task manager up. select the tab processes. where it says cpu press twice so that it shows cpu usage highest first. monitor this when music cuts out look to see what processes are taking up most of the cpu usage you probably find that a background process ie antivirus, updates etc etc will be making the cpu work hard and that what causes the music to cut out as cpu being heavily used by background processes. some can be cancelled or rescheduled so as not to cause problems.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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