reading Windows media player 11 is noisy and dumpsters/MP3/windows xp

Dear community...

I have problems with playback of MP3 files in Win Media Player 11.

At the same point in the file each time... it is initially a jump, then a sound of frying... and a little later, there's a loud boom like an explosion!

I have no idea why this is happening... all of the updates are in place.

The MP3 file was created in Mixcraft 5... who is a 'software of electronic music' and downloaded onto a flash drive. Before the conversion (by software)... the file was originally a .ogg file.  If anyone can help with this, he greatly appreciated... Thanks in advance...

Data sheet:

Win XP Svc Pk 3

RAM: 1 G

Internet explore 8

ISP: ATT-Yahoo

Kind regards

D. Gilmore


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