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Try choosing a slower buffer speed for the radio program (you should be able to choose right there on the site).
Also try updating Windows, your browsing program and your sound card drivers. New technologies come out all the time, and old programs may not be able to keep up with the broadcasts' demands.
Lastly, look for troubleshooting tips on the website you're accessing for that radio program; it may require you to tweak some ActiveX or browser settings (if so, they should walk you through it).
As always, RAM is the best poor man's upgrade. Just to be AVERAGE, in my humble opinion, one needs a minumum of 256MB. Add some if you don't have that. You'll really notice the difference.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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