This unit worked fine on my Mac, but when I use bootcamp to run
windows, I am getting these little playback glitches sporadically and
frequently. itunes plays back fine, but sound forge, logic, acid and
even realplayer all experience weird little pauses in sound very
frequently. The lights on the firewire will often flash for a second
when this happens. I have the most recent drivers and the unit is only
a few months old, anyone know of a fix?
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I take it the laptop is dual boot and the sound works ok when used under Mac OSX. If this is the case, then the laptop probably needs the audio drivers for windows. These can be downloaded from the Apple website (Bootcamp Drivers) or by using the 'Bootcamp' utility on the Mac side.
Yes, just download the file for Age of Empires: Rise of Rome as if you were on a PC, then install it through Bootcamp. However It may be cheaper just to buy the game because Bootcamp is not exactly cheap. If you want to do this for multiple games then Bootcamp would be the way to go.
Insert the Mac OS disk in the drive and reboot while holding down the C key. This will launch your computer in Mac OS and then you can access Disk Utility from the startup window. Rebuild/ repair as needed, then I suggest removing any partition that you may have set up and re partition your drive for the windows stuff. Give yourself ample room on the harddrive for your windows software and files. Be sure to print out a copy of the instructions for bootcamp before you launch... also be sure to allow it to automatically set up your mac for windows. Do this: 1.set up a partition according to the directions for bootcamp 2. install windows as per bootcamp instructions 3. after it's launched in windows, insert the Mac OS disk and it will launch all the setup for your mac hardware to run windows... modem, wifi, all that mojive that you usually need to spend hours in PC land ..mac will set it up for you.. Also download a copy of Bonjour from the Apple site. this will set up your printers for use in windows very easily and quickly.. The main thing is follow the directions and let the computer do all the setup...
If you have a modern (Intel) Mac running Leopard, you can use BootCamp, which is on your computer, to install Windows XP or Vista on your computer in a separate partition and run the software there. Other options that are a little simpler include using Darwine, a program that can run *some* Windows applications on Mac. The easiest solution would be to return the product to the store, because these companies are unlikely to ever produce a Mac client for your product.