|14 Jan 2010||#11|
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My playback for MP3s is choppy when I play between machines connected to my home network through wireless g.
I do not have any problems with playing from the internet or harddrive.
I've tried both letting the system set the buffer size and setting it at 60 seconds which is the maximum. Either way playback is choppy.
The same file plays just fine on the machine it is stored on. Windows Media Player is the only full application running on either machine at the time. During choppy playback the machine it is stored on is not running any application and the other computers on the network are idle (they are connected via LAN).
Any suggestions on fixing playback between two wireless computers?
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