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Aspire one has suddenly slowed down when playing songs

The tempo of songs when played on itunes suddenly slows down for a second or so then gets back to normal. this started happening suddenly. I checked for visurses and it is clean. When i am on MSN the sound sound effects are not quite right giving the impression that the tempo is slowing

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