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I need help with media player

My real and Media player are not working properly When i try to add or play a CD it sounds like it is skipping

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Install winamp then try to play your CD. and scan your computer with latest antivirus software. this is seems low memory in ur system. some other application consumes more memory so may be your cd skipping.

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