Depends on the drivers that you used. Did you download these drivers from this site?: http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_91.47.html
These are the WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Labs) certified drivers and are certified to work with Windows. Any other drivers might not be as capable. Also, these are the drivers to use when troubleshooting a video problem (Microsoft requires them before they'll help you with a problem).
After that you'll have to start looking for another cause - either a malfunctioning device or bad driver. To start, I'd suggest looking for errors in your Event Viewer. Go to Start...Run...and type in "eventvwr.msc" and press Enter.
On the left side will be 3 categories (Application, Security, and System). Click on each category and then look in the right hand pane for error messages that happened around the time of the crash/freeze.
The error messages may be a bit cryptic, but they are of use in helping to troubleshoot the problem.
And, as a shot in the dark, you might try updating your audio drivers to see if that corrects the problem. If you're playing music off the web you might also consider updating your network card drivers.
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