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    Windows crashing.

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    Windows crashing.
    hey there everyone.

    atm i'm having a bit of problem with my xp on my bootcamp side of things.

    the problem seems to be from the sound card. so lets say when i'm listening to music or watching a movie, the sound starts to lag for say a second or 2. when watching a movie and this happens, the video lags with it.

    on top of this depending on how bad the lag is, the system may actually crash and restart itself after showing a blue screen with heaps of text for about a second.

    i've tried reinstalling the drivers via the disc i have and also been to the realtek site to get the audio driver as well. however this hasn't helped at all.

    this problem doesn't occur on my mac side of things.

    so i hope that some can help me out with this, i would be extremely grateful.

    thanks in advance everyone.

    EDIT: i forgot to add that i'm using the high end aluminum 13' macbook

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    Windows crashing.

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    just bumping the thread.

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