3. Make sure you are using the latest version. [i.e. are you?]…4. Describe your problem exactly.Write in detail what specifically you were trying to do, what you had expected and what happened instead. [i.e. what has or might have changed “[a] few weeks ago”?]5. Post other helpful information.That means usually at least your operating system (Windows) version, a list of all your components […] please use codebox tags around the list so that it doesn't make your post unnecessarily long […], contents of the foobar2000 console […] and any other relevant information, like used music file types for decoding/tagging problems, describe your user interface layout for UI problems, [your output method, settings, and so on,] etc.
foo_albumlistfoo_cddafoo_converterfoo_ui_stdCorefoo_rgscanfoo_dsp_stdfoo_input_stdIn addition, I also had these ones before I removed them due to the possibility of them being the problem:foo_gep (Game Emu Player, plays music files ripped from video games)foo_audioscrobbler (Last.fm connection)
I had a similar problem caused by too few RAM. The HDD couldn't keep up with foobar and the track lagged when I was loading a game or something.How much RAM do you have? Is there I/O while the track is hanging?