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When playing DVD sound stutters and gets slower and slower

When trying to play a short DVD, everything loads as usual. The sound/music comes on and the sound skips and gets gradually slower. I don't want to spray air into the actual disc drive until I talk to an expert. The sounds from songs on music library are fine.

Haven't had a single problem with this laptop. It pretty much sits in the same place in my home office, but i haven't opened up anything in the back to clean it ever since we bought it. Could it be a dust problem?

By the way, the exact number is Toshiba Satellite M105-S322

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