Old 22nd August 2000, 20:26   #1
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Hi, do you know if it is possible to uninstall Mjuice Media Player and still be able to to use Winamp? And how do you use Mjuice Media Player.

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Old 23rd August 2000, 03:20   #2
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The MJuice Media Program is a utility to download MJF Files so that you can listen to them on Winamp.
MJF is a secure format & songs can be downloaded from : http://www.mjuice.com/

The utility kicks in automatically when you click on a download.

MJF's are kinda similar to MP3 but include artwork etc which is displayed in the [dreaded] Winamp Minibrowser.

If you're not convinced, then I don't suppose there's any harm in deleting the Media Juice Program Files folder and the relevant MJF Decoder DLL from the Winamp Plugins folder.

Although, I've D/L'ed a fair few good 'uns and there's certainly plenty to choose from on the site.

The decision is entirely yours !

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Old 23rd August 2000, 20:12   #3
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I've just noticed that there's an "MJUninst.EXE" in the MJuice Folder.
I suppose it'd be wise to use this to uninstall the components rather than just deleting them !?!?
That's if ya really want to ?
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Old 24th August 2000, 01:35   #4
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DJ Egg -

I got rid of Mjuice a while back (since I don't personally use it), but don't remember what method I used. Since you definitely use Mjuice, you might take a look on your computer and see if there is an Mjuice entry in the Control Panel's "Add/Remove Programs" window.

If so, then obviously User3000 should use the Add/Remove Programs method first, then delete the Mjuice folder (if it still remains), then delete the Mjuice DLL file (if it still remains).
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Old 25th August 2000, 02:18   #5
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Yes Rev, you're absolutely right !

There is an entry in the Add/Rem Programs CPL !

MJuice Components.
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