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Old 3rd May 2008, 15:00   #19
DJ Egg
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Maybe it's an issue caused by Internet Explorer 8 beta?

Is there a way to uninstall it and rollback to IE7?

Does Winamp still crash if you temporarily disable the Media Library?

With Winamp closed, go to the "C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins" folder,
create a new "Backup" subfolder in there,
cut+paste gen_ml.dll into this new subfolder.

Restart Winamp.

Does it still crash?

If yes, then you can restore gen_ml.dll because it's not causing the crash.

If no, then it's time to work out which Media Library plugin is to blame....

Close Winamp.

Move gen_ml.dll back into the Plugins folder.

Cut+paste all ml_*.dll files into the "Backup" subfolder.

ml_autotag.dll
ml_bookmarks.dll
ml_dash.dll
ml_disc.dll
ml_history.dll
ml_local.dll
ml_nowplaying.dll
ml_online.dll
ml_orb.dll
ml_plg.dll
ml_playlists.dll
ml_pmp.dll
ml_rg.dll
ml_transcode.dll
ml_wire.dll

Reopen Winamp.

Does it still crash?

If no, close Winamp and start re-enabling each ml plugin, one at a time (by moving them back into the Plugins folder), closing & reopening Winamp inbetween, until the problem reoccurs.

Let us know which ml plugin caused the crash.

If none of the above, try temporarily disabling the Sonic Burning Engine.

With Winamp closed, cut+paste Winamp\primosdk.DLL into a new "Backup" subfolder.
Reopen Winamp
Does it still crash?

Also confirm that when you did the clean install you made sure you deleted the contents of the "C:\Users\paskal\AppData\Roaming\Winamp" folder first.

Note, AppData is a hidden folder by default, so you'll need to make sure you can view hidden files/folders in Folder Options Control Panel -> View tab first. Or just type %AppData%\Winamp into Start -> Run.
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