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Sound of the music

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Sandrew

When i play the music then, i decided to minimize the window player to open another window for other work there is a cut of sound frequently.

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Norbert

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Tell me about your system specs , XP.Vista,
How much Ram?
Whats your make model thanks?
Which Media Player are you using?Version?? Model??

This will help me understand your problem better,Thanks

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