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Old 11th August 2012, 19:38
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Exclamation Problem with streaming audio from Samba

Yesterday I have changed the motherboard of my home NAS server(for 3rd time, but never reinstalled Debian after installed it for 1st time).
So, my problem is that when I listen to the music from the Samba server, time to time the music just jumps about a second forward or backward and this is driving me crazy I don't know how to explain it better, but if you misunderstood or something - I can upload a recorded piece when this happens.

In fact, in last 2 motherboards this problem doesn't exists, even if we say that last 2 has been reading from the HDD through SATA->USB controller, here in 3rd MoBo, the controller is integrated VIA 8237.
Can this be from changing the hardware without reinstalling the Debian, or Samba related problem, or hardware related?


I must say that this thread is also posted in LQ, but noone gave me response, so I think here will receive replies for my problem.
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