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Whenever I try to play audio files there is this interrupting "beep" about every 15 seconds when ever I try to run mp3 files and movies stored on my hard drive. If I play the music in realplayer its fine. but if i try to play Movies in real player the same interrupting "beep" occurs.

Im recalling that this beep started when I installed the second Beta for WMP 11 and/or when I removed Musicmatch Jukebox 10 from my computer. I just remember that it started after these 2 things. Can that have in any way promted this beeping to start?

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Bump...Please help.
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Not for sure, but this is probably WMP's DRM(digital Rights Management) at work. This usually happens with free downloads of songs that people want you to buy. If a program like tunebite cant fix it then it is usually a layer recorded over the file to create the beep. Usually deleting the beep out also deleted part of the mp3 and video. This is one of the reasons i do not use WMP.

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I dont have music. What I have is completely free and usable to anyone and therefore such embedded things are out of the question. I think its more of a problem with my WMP ?
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