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Chapter 34. Online Music > Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

If you’re experiencing low-quality sound when playing MP3 files, consider upgrading to a better sound card or better speakers. A 64-bit audio card will produce much higher-quality sound than will an older 16-bit card.

If a song “stutters” when played, it’s possible that your system is getting a tad overloaded. This typically happens when you’re trying to do several things at once—play the MP3, download a big file from the Internet, perform a complex spreadsheet calculation, and play a fast-moving PC game, for example. It’s a sign of too few resources being stretched too thin. You can either reduce your multi-tasking, or beef up your system; more memory will definitely help, and a faster processor wouldn’t be a bad idea.


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