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#1 LRoss

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Posted 06 September 2009 - 03:47 AM

Ok, so I have a Macbook Pro (previous gen) running XP. It's been great overall.

However, recently I have been having issues with random video and audio playback becoming choppy. The problem does not go away until I restart. It does not happen in association with single action or program. It can happen to me while in the middle of Youtube videos, embedded flash videos, etc. OR it can happen during DVD/.avi playback, OR iTunes, WMP.

If I unplug my LAN cable and boot up to watch a movie let's say.... so NO internet connectivity, with the only application being WMP, it can happen to me like that too.


Its not frequent enough to be regular, but it is frequent enough to be very very annoying. I would say. 1 in 4 times this may happen.




Please help.

Thanks!

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#2 LRoss

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 10:33 AM

Bump...


Any help? Anything you guys want me to do like some status report document or something?

This is really getting me crazy ----> :thumbsup:

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Posted 20 September 2009 - 08:20 PM

i don't know nothing about macs
but am guessing theirs drivers and you can update or reinstall them
so if you can , update or reinstall audio and video drivers




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