Go HERE and download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (FREE), update it, and perform a full scan. See if that helps.
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Are you using an SATA or an IDE hard drive?
The only other thing I can think of, if you haven't already done so, is to use the MSCONFIG utility to limit your startup programs. See HERE.
Hmm if there's no trouble with malware and drivers are up to date, you could try repairing Windows Media Player I've found that Windows 7 works best without codec packs it can play most anything except Matroska files out of box.
Have you tried using Windows Media Center yet, totot? I am curious to see if it works for you because of a post I read on another forum. That poster was reporting jerky playback in Win7 Ultimate 64-bit with every player except Media Center.
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