Old 28th October 2007, 20:20   #1
pejeno
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iPod sync crashes winamp

Winamp 5.5 clean install (NO third party plugins)
English language pack
Winamp Classic skin
Windows XP Professional SP2 (Spanish Language, Mexico)

System Specs:
Dell Optiplex GX260
Pentium 4 2.26 GHz 512 kb cache
256 MB ram DDR PC2100

Video: ATI Radeon 9200SE w/tvout. Driver version: 8.252.0.0
Sound: SoundMAX integrated digital audio. Driver version: 5.12.1.3538
DirectX version: 9.0c

Plugin with issues: iPod plugin (0.7) pmp_ipod.dll

Steps to reproduce it:
1) Start winamp
2) Choose folders to scan in media library preferences - local media - watch folders, choose rescan folders on startup, perform full scan.
3) Enable global hotkeys & scroll title in windows taskbar.
4) Restart winamp.
5) Connect iPod nano 2dn gen (4GB)
6) Create a new playlist on it.
7) Go to Local media - Audio, search for some mp3 tracks, select them, drag and drop them to the recently created playlist. Some track letters in the local media - audio view start showing weird square characters (like the ones shown in chinese/japanese web pages) while the music is being transfered if one select them, or navigate through that list with the arrow keys (up, down).
8) Once the transfer has finished, select ipod device in media library. Winamp crashes:
Instruction in "0x7c920f29" makes reference to memory in "0x030e0146", memory cant be "read".

Note: Trying to play some of the newly transferred tracks in the ipod nano restarts it, but playing them after being transfered using iTunes instead doesnt restart the device.
This is very similar to what rutches experienced and commented in a previous post.
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