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Thread: Wireless networking + MP3 skipping

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    Maximum Bitrate falconey's Avatar
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    I had this problem when I first started out. I decided to avoid the headache by taking the card out.

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    The most likley causes would be either that the software looking for a network is causing the computer to freeze briefly. Or that there aren't enough resources to look for a network and play mp3s at the same time. It will happen on all computers if there is enough load on the CPU, it can't do everything at once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder
    Man, this is an old thread.
    hey at least they must have searched

    and on topic, i have never had winamp skip
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    Service Pack 2.

    It solves many problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avalerion
    Service Pack 2.

    It solves many problems.
    yeah I still haven't taken the time to d/l it.

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    Dont do it.. I work for a public school system and they have blocked the site that SP2 downloads from, a few other counties in this area have done the exact same thing. Xerox and CSC have told ALL of their employees to not download it as well. I'm sure I can find more companies that have stated NOT to install SP2. It will slow down the machine you load it on, You have NO choice in the things that it loads on as well, and it is no more secure then running SP1. Hell SP1 properly set up is good enough to block most problems as is.

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    That's why you slipstream it with an XP cd, then use nLite to strip out the things you don't need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder
    That's why you slipstream it with an XP cd, then use nLite to strip out the things you don't need.
    Laymens terms?

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    ok, download nLite (do a google search, not sure where it's at). Then download SP2 network install version. Use nLite to slipstream SP2 into an xp install, strip out the stuff, then burn to cd. Once you get nLite, You'll see what I'm talking about.
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