#1
My friend is complaining that his Windows Media Player seems to be playing all sound files at half speed. He also says that video files are rather temperamental too, and he doesn't think it's a setting in Media Player that's causing the fault.

Any ideas?

UPADTE!:
Now he says it's happening in iTunes too, and that any video seems to stutter every 10 seconds. :/
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#2
Tell him to download Winamp, he won't look back.
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#5
Well, I'm an avid VLC fan, but that's not the point. It's not me we're dealing with here.

Any suggestions?
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#6
You can change it in settings somewhere. I remember a while back I was messing around with it and I put my songs on half-speed then double speed for a while.
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#7
Try reinstaling it I guess; that's the solution to most windows problems.
I'll look for an article I was reading yesterday about codecs, see if I can find it
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#9
Check the update on the situation!
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#10
It's most likely a codec problem then, sorry I can't find that article, but there's some software that checks all your codecs and if there's something wrong with any of them it advises you as to where you can download new ones. Google it, it has to be out there somewhere.


EDIT: this isnt what i was talking about but try it anyway:
http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/file/fid,64953-order,1-page,1/description.html
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