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BSOD on trying to use ASIO with winamp. ksthump.sys?

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Everytime i try to use the Winamp Asio plugin with ASIO4ALL i get a BSOD saying something about ksthump.sys.
Various searches of my computer and the internet provide nothing on this file.
Anyone have a clue as to what this file is?!

EDIT: nvm, apparently Microsoft is being sucky by not supporting XP 64
What i read:
"It[asio4all] supports 64 bit OS, it even supports XP 64. Unfortunately, Microsoft do not seem to support XP 64, and hence a number of 32 bit applications that use Kernel Streaming will under certain circumstances trigger a BSOD in ksthunk.sys."

Edited by zoneykid, 26 November 2008 - 02:13 AM.

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