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Re: sound tic when playing music
Often disc drives don't realize they have something wrong in them. They tend to wear out very fast and the only signs that they have worn out are functional (problems like yours) and physical (weird noises, etc). Now, this isn't the only possibility, your cables may also be loose, in which case I recommend you open your case and check them. If anything is loose, push it back in. Or maybe your discs are dirty and covered in scratches, make sure you keep all discs as clean as possible (as far as scratches, it's hard to get rid of those).
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sounds like you're using windows media player which is missing a lot of codecs. try installing a simple player loaded with codecs like videolan. be cautious of downloading third party codec packages from the web. they can be a mess to your system.