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I recently updated to windows 7....now my video on youtube as well as my own dvd's is choppy. The melody played on start-up is choppy as well as any other sound played on it.

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Sound like a performance problem. Did you try updating your video and sound drivers?
You should also see if the Adobe Flash Player is properly installed as that is used for Youtube playback.

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