View Full Version : Win2k: Codec installed, DSP plugin says it isn't
Dog Butt Juice
7th June 2000, 16:22
Windows 2000 Server: When I try to configure the mp3 format in the DSP plugin Shoutcast Source dialog, it gives me an error telling me there is no codec installed. I know the codec is installed, and it is listed in Audio Codecs in the control panel.
10th June 2000, 04:33
that's weird. i'm runing win2k as well, and i got the codec alright. you got it at
right? and i assume you've tried closing and reopening winamp?
11th June 2000, 13:05
Just click on 'EDIT' and when the requestor comes up saying that an MP3 decoder is not installed - click 'OK'... Repeate this process untill it finaly detects the MP3 codec.
Dont ask me why sometimes it finds one installed and sometimes it doesn't -- but I found this method to work just fine. (you may have to repeat it up to 10 times for it to let you in)
21st July 2000, 02:45
I am having the same problem with Win2K Server. The codec shows up in control panel, but the DSP plugin gives me an error that a codec is not installed. I tried the clicking edit several times as recommended in the previous reply, but it doesn't help.
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