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1st May 2000, 17:43
Ok this is it..when ever i try and play a file in winamp that i have downloaded it brings up this little box and says error-cant find destination format. anyone know whats wrong or how to solve it.pleaseeeeeee!!! http://forums.winamp.com/ubb/smile.gif
1st May 2000, 18:13
Unfortunately, this is true also for some .wav files I tried to listen to. RealPlayer and the Win98 MediaPlayer can't play them either, only Window Media Player can. Maybe it is a different format. I hope the WinAmp CRACKS can help us... http://forums.winamp.com/ubb/frown.gif
<B> Please oh so clever winamp users help us...i'll pay you 10 bars of gold pressed latinum: http://forums.winamp.com/ubb/wink.gif!!!!!!!
5th May 2000, 07:14
Me too! Very frustrating as others with the same machine config as I have don't have this problem. Anyone figure this out yet!!???
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by lynx:
<B> Please oh so clever winamp users help us...i'll pay you 10 bars of gold pressed latinum: http://forums.winamp.com/ubb/wink.gif!!!!!!!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
21st May 2000, 02:39
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by mjmattson:
Me too! Very frustrating as others with the same machine config as I have this problem. Anyone figure this out yet!!???
21st May 2000, 09:57
I wish that someone could come up with a answer to this as I also am having this problem.
22nd May 2000, 03:53
As I said in another post, good luck...Nullsoft seems to be ignoring this or is just neglecting to tell us what is going on...
Whatever this problem is, it wrecks Realplayer, sonique, Ultraplayer, etc as well and starts once Winamp is installed.
30th May 2000, 06:09
Same problem. It only seems to be happening on the .wav files. God help us all.
31st May 2000, 16:40
Please don't get mad if it doesn't work or if this is totally useless, but maybe you are missing some codecs for WinAmp?
If you have the Lite version of WinAmp, than maybe upgrading to the full version works??
Again, sorry if it doesn't help, and don't kill a nice guy who's just trying to help (me http://forums.winamp.com/ubb/smile.gif)
31st May 2000, 18:49
Did you try other players? what happended? Tried encoding them ?
4th June 2000, 21:39
Try uninstalling winamp and download the latest version of Winamp and install it. This ususlly takes care of configuration problems. Check under Winamp options/preferences/file types. insure .wav is blue/selected. Hope this helps you out.
5th July 2000, 08:26
I got the hook-up
Check out http://members.aol.com/networldb/winampfix.html There is a verified fix there. It worked for me (Windows 98 SE).
Melts in you mouth, not in you hand! :D
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