Question on windows media player 11

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Mail' started by Melissa Lim, May 13, 2007.

  1. Melissa Lim

    Melissa Lim Guest

    I have Windows Media Player 11 pre-installed with my new laptop. Am working
    on Windows Vista. The media player is working fine when I play both audio
    and video except towards the last few minutes where there is slight
    intermitent. When I play those on my phone its fine. Can anyone tell me
    what's the problem? Had never had such problem with Media Player before and
    it gets very annoying. Please help!!!
    Melissa Lim, May 13, 2007
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  2. Melissa Lim

    Sharon T Guest

    Are you using a pirated CD/DVD? Is the CD/DVD scratched?
    Sharon T, May 13, 2007
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  3. Melissa Lim

    Deanlh Guest

    I've got the same problem and came onto this site to see if anyother person
    has experienced this. The CD's are all originals and not pirated, it's
    driving me insane with about 10 to 15 second left in the song it sounds like
    it's jumping or skipping need suggestions urgently for this as it sucks.
    Deanlh, May 14, 2007
  4. Melissa Lim

    Cal Bear '66 Guest

    This is a common problem with the current SigmaTel drivers. Do you have a
    SigmaTel audio adapter? Have you searched for updated SigmaTel drivers? As a
    work around, right click on the speaker icon in the Notification Area of the
    Taskbar, select Playback Devices,
    right click on the Speakers area, look for a tab that has enhancements on it
    (don't have a SigmaTel adapter, so I am not sure which tab has enhancements),
    DESELECT all enhancements and this should solve your problems.

    By the way, this is a Mail group, you should post questions like this to the
    music_pictures_video group
    Cal Bear '66, May 14, 2007
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