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The media player scrolls songs too slowly. How can I get it to scroll faster?

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    Glen Oakley Mar 20, 2011

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Clean up your pc. run "disk clean up" and then "disk defrag" and go to windows update and install the latest for your operating system. This will correct the speed unless you many MANY songs that your trying to store and your memory available is low.

Posted on Mar 20, 2011

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