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This sounds like a memory related issue, could be that there is not enough memory for the audio card, or the information isn't being handled properly by the audio card. If your really gem on the program you could try uninstalling your audio card drivers and reinstalling them, and same way with the media player software. Try pulling the media software first, then pull the audio, then install the media without the audio, then install the audio if windows allows you to do that. Somewhere you have a conflict. You could also attempt to rotate your dma/irq settings, that could also do the trick. Most audio uses irq5 try 10 or some other one that's free?
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