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Midi audio plays fine but dumped audio tracks clip

I recently transfered all my npr files to a new dual core comp i just bought. the files that i have that are audio start playing but then start cutting and sound choppy.....basically won't play the whole way through. the new comp. i have now is much more powerfull then the previous one i had. i can't seem to play my audio tracks...please help.....

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Just a suggestion, I do not know how much RAM your new system has, but if it has less than 1 GIG then I would recommend a RAM upgrade.. My PC was running on 512K and my audio tracks were buffering, so I upgraded to 1 GIG and it seemed to fix the problems.. I am not familiar with the dual core systems, so it may be a technical issue You could contact the manufacturer from their site and look for support.. they may be more help than me

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