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Old 11th February 2011, 06:56   #5
Shatonapples
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I am baffled as to why there isn't an easy solution for this. I've been looking around for hours. It seems that the issue is that the memory address that WinAmp gives to us is relative to its "process space," and unless we get read access to that "process space," then we can't get access to the data that it tried to give us.

I'm not sure where to go from here, but if you find anything out, post it here!
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