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Exclamation VB 2010 Repeat (need help)

Hello everyone,
i need a lil help. I coded something with basic way. Its like 2 button and 2 timers. Second button stops everything. The first button activate all timers. The interval is 2050 and second one 2090. I setup the timers its like if timers started first timer click 1 and second timer click 2 on my keyboard with intervals. but if i continue, its being lately. its going to 2050>2090 4100>4180 6150>6270 8300>8360, i lose the a few critical interval every repeat. How i can fix it ?

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