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Video is choppy

When whatching videos online the audio is ok by the video starts and stops it will stop then jump forward to catch up then fall behind again

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Could be a couple of things. Could be a piece of software lagging down your pc, or your internet connection lagging. Is your pc free of malware and running and up to date virus scanner? That would be the first thing i would check.

Post back and let me know your situation.

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