Everytime i play music or anything that requires sound it keeps skipping in and out or the speed plays fast or slow..but then after a few minutes the speed or sound is fine. Started happening just recently and I've defragmented and did disk clean up so many times hoping it would get fixed. Nothing seems to work. any help???
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Hello my friend,what program are you using and what type of music? First uninstall all drivers and install the latest one.Second check your CPU activity when you are playing music(from task manager ctrl+alt+del),if its too high its a problem.If you are using different music from .mp3 like .ogg or something "not common" you must install the latest codecs.I'm waiting for your reply.
When in game, does the music play at all? If so, press the quide button and stop the music under the appropriate tab that allows you to pause and skip songs. You may have made a playlist and it keeps playing it while in game. I'd go on my 360 and give exact instructions, but mine is shipped out to Microsoft courtesy of their inability to produce lasting machines. Keep playing with the media settings and try to get it to where the play, skip song, fast-forward sections on the music tab of the guide button are grayed out. Good luck!
P.S. If worst comes to worst, call Xbox tech support... 1-800-4MYXBOX. You'll have to talk to a robot for a bit to get your info straight, but it shouldn't be too busy.
Make certain it is the correct media for the drive. If it is CDR or CDRW media, make sure it is rated for the write speed of the drive. High Speed media for a High Speed drive is labeled with the High Speed logo. If you are testing with an audio CD, play it in your home stereo first to make sure the disc works.
Check also the disc if it has scratches that's why it skips when played. Try a known good CD.