910 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Feb 6, 2006 2:56 AM by chiefhabeb
Any ideas if that doesn't work? My i-tunes seems to have a serious case of the stutters, always at the start of each track (the computer usage shoots up to 100% 2 times at the beginning of each song) and if I open another application on my computer. Its as if there isnt enough memory space but my spare hard drive space is about 33%. PLEASE HELP IF YOU KNOW ANYTHING!!!
I REALLY wish people would stop giving that as a cure. It's obvious that there is a deeper problem with some systems (mine included) with playing video in iTunes. I have tried EVERY sensible method and have failed. I even installed a new sound card in hopes that the drivers on my old card weren't up to Apple standards. Someone at Apple needs to address this issue.
I'd like to start buying videos!!
Happened to me as well. I updated drivers, itunes, quicktime, etc, etc. In the end, it happened to be the wireless lan card on my laptop. As soon as i enable it, all song on iTunes start stuttering. I've only stopped that by disabling my wireless card. But I don't think that's the way to fix it.
I have the same problem
at 12 seconds in and when i open another application the music stutters or is like buffering
i switched sound cards did did the quicktime thing
changed playback prefrences
i have 1GB of ram that should be enough
and the music plays fine in a diffrent player
could it be the new version of itunes?
custom Windows XP Pro
I have the same problem. I tried the fix detailed in the first post, but that did not solve the problem.
When I have the Task Manager open while playing music through iTunes, it shows the CPU usage at 100%. It also shows the iTunes.exe file to be using 99-100% of my CPU.
I basically can not listen to music, as it skips, warbles and runs slow....not to mention it cripples any other applications in use.