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Windows Media Player 10 Help!


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windowsxpguy

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Hey Guys, dont know if Im in the right place (but here goes),
I am having soooooo much trouble with my WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER 10, If playing a song It Pops and Crackles Like C-R-A-Z-Y ! and The only way to stop it, is to make the Windows media player, minimized, ** weird I know! **, Even If it is minimized, If I am on MSN MESSENGER 7.5 It cracks and Pops. I am unable to watch videos from websites, because This happend also!, I just dont know what to do.
I have contacted Microsoft, and they sent me a list of things to do - NOTHING WORKED! - I have also Contatced My ISP (AOL) with No such luck!. Please Help me Guys!! :tazz: :) :)
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well i can say 2 things. Mabe u need to reinstall ur audio from ur mobo with the disc it came with. Or mabe a virus, for a good virus scanner use adware remover from download.com. Also u can simply try reinstalling your windows media player or download windows media player 9 searching through the net. good luck
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I scanned for viruses (none found), re installed WM using Disc (no changed), and Tried wm9.0 (no change) Nothing seems to work! Help! :tazz:
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hmmm i think ur audio from ur mobo is messed up. U prob need a new pci audio card.
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