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Problem With Sound Using Audio Programs

Yesterday, I was listening to iTunes going through music when all of a sudden the audio started hiccuping and sounded like it is trying to catch up.

I am unsure if it is hardware or software so I ran a full scan and defragged with the same results.

The sound works okay when playing videos through the internet but when using Windows Media, iTunes or Adobe Audition.

Thank you in advance

Jorge B. Contreras

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  • jorgebc Dec 31, 2007

    Thank you for these suggestions, Iwill try them and will keep you apprised of the results.



    Tahnk you in advance



    Jorge

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Hello Jorgebc
Happy Holidays
Sometimes uninstalling the sound drivers, and reinstall a new version, solve this particular problem, other, can be, move your sound card, to another PCI slot if is external sound card*.
install Direct X 9.c, and finally, stop any antivirus program on the background.
see if work better.

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