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Windows media player 11 xp

It is driving me insane songs keep skipping it wont play music from my harddrive im trying to fix it since 8 this morning plus i installed and uninstalled it

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  • kt0209 Dec 07, 2008

    im making a highlight video and everytime i try to copy it onto a dvd and play it, the music starts to skip and wont stop and its throwing off my video and i'm supposed to have it done by tomorrow. so if there's anyone who can help i'd greatly appreciate it.

  • yuna_alvarez Feb 04, 2009

    well i have a media player, it seems that everytime that i play a music the music skips and skips.... i've tried to reinstall it but it seems that it is not compatible with my os...what should i do?



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