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check for the mouse pointer movement speed.... this can be located in control panel --> Mouse Options.... there check for the mouse wheel speed and decrease it ..this may help.... sometimes wireless devices doesnt have compatibilty will vista OS , this may also cause an issue..if any vista drivers exist for ur mouse install them and check ...hope this helps...
I have a Denon DCM-460 purchased from Goodwill a couple days ago and had problem with one CD-R skipping and stuttering toward the end.
Cleaned the CD which helped a little but still started skipping and stuttering.
Noticed a scratch toward the outer end which I suspect is where the problems occurred.
Anyway, last night I cleaned laser, rails, lubed spindles and moving parts. I used 99.9% alcohol to clean. I used a light teflon oil (Tri-Flow) to lube spindles and rails. And white electronic grease where you see remnants of white grease.
Today, I now played through the problem CD-R with no problems.
Assuming placement is level and stable, certainly worth a try and the effort.
Still having this problem? Mine was doing the same thing, so I went on the Presonus website and updated to the latest drivers. Mine hasn't done it since. If you have done that as well and it is still doing it, then I fear my problem may come back too. Hope not.
I have the same problem with 640x320 video @ 30fps. The first one was very clean, but after that the video freezes every two seconds, but the audio don't. I "fixed" this issue changing the video format from NTSC to PAL. Now the videos are smooth again, and if you want NTSC playback, just use a video converter on your PC.
I would recommend wiping your player - (if this doesn't work then it is probably the tracks/audio you are playing and not the player):
Windows only.... Please post if you are not using windows...
Open My Computer with your Rio plugged in. Right click on your Rio carbon and click on format. Leave the default values - if it asks you something then use your initiative. Then click on format. Then
when it has finished formatting go to your firmware (can be downloaded
http://www.digitalnetworksna.com/support/rio/product.asp?prodID=235). Follow the instructions and then it should load the firmware onto your player. When it has done then your player should (in theory!) work properly.
Are uou using the original headphones?
If your headphones have a wide metal base that comes in contact with the metal top of the Carbon, you may hear static or skipping during playback when you move the Carbon.