Jumping to Next Dropout ??

Hello, I recorded a 8 hours musical program with Audacity 2.3.2 and there are several dropouts probably due to low system speed. Now I need to find all the dropouts so I can edit the program, but unfortunately they are not marked by any labels or anything ! I tried using “Tab” to find the Next One, but It does not work ! How can I find them one by one ?? It’s not logical and does not make sense to spend a lot of time and browse all the 8 hours for this !
Thanks in advance

How do you know that there are several dropouts? What precisely have you observed?

I know for sure, because by some reason CPU was highly occupied by another program at same time, and I’ve already discovered 6 of them. But what is the solution ??

Please post a short sample in WAV format so that we can see what these “dropouts” are like.
See here for how to post an audio sample: https://forum.audacityteam.org/t/how-to-post-an-audio-sample/29851/1

Is “Dropout detection” enabled in “Edit mnu > Preferences > Recording”?

Was that an on-line radio / podcast / broadcast?

Thanks Steve, Yes It was an online radio program. But about posting the sample I really can’t understand what kind of useful information it could provide ? It’s just a normal podcast consisting of interviews and music mixed together. And as for your question about if I have already enabled the Dropout detection or no, I am not sure what you exactly mean, For sure I have been enabled the Dropout detection otherwise I’ve not been able to find 6 of them so far. The dropout Track is attached as a New Track in bottom of the main program, All I need is to jump to Next Dropout without having to browse the whole 8 hrs of Dropout Track (which is totally nonsense and impractical), That’s it.

It could help me to answer your questions because I would not need to guess what these so called “dropouts” are like.
I’m going to guess that they are brief periods of absolute silence, in which case the “Detach at Silences” function will split the track at each “dropout” and will allow you to easily see where the gaps are: https://manual.audacityteam.org/man/edit_menu_clip_boundaries.html#detach_at_silences