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Old 4th August 2012, 19:53   #8
David Ross
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I suspect that uninstalling Winamp from [C:\Program Files\Winamp] failed to remove file associations. Then, when I installed Winamp in [C:\Winamp], the file associations were pointing to the wrong location.

If this conjecture is true, it might also mean other Windows registry entries for Winamp are not removed when Winamp is uninstalled. Any of this would indeed be a bug in Winamp's uninstaller. Such a bug would not be apparent unless the user attempts to move Winamp from one location to another by uninstalling from the old location and then installing in the new location.

It will be several days before I can test this conjecture.
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