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Macbook - CD/DVD playback choppy in windows


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On the mac side CDs and DVDs have no playback issues. But on the Windows side the audio and video playback with CDs and DVDs is jittery and choppy. I can rip cds and copy from cds to the hard drive with no problem. I am wondering if anyone has had similar issues, or can suggest a way to remedy this? Otherwise I guess I just have to switch to the mac side every time I play a cd.

- Keith
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Sorry to bump this back up, but I'd really like to get some feedback as to how I can fix this?
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