PX.dll not found in Vista 64
I notice many things about PX.dll on these forums, and a few specifically about Vista 64 with PX.dll.
1) PX.dll appears to be something involving the Sonic ripping drivers, which I know I could disable.
2) I have seen a few posts responded by moderators saying things such as: Vista is bad. Wait till it is released, we haven't done testing, etc etc.
The exact issue is that upon opening Winamp I recieve a "Winamp 5.32:winamp.exe - Unable to Locate Component" error which reads: "This application has failed to start because PX.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem." It doesn't. Winamp will still run after this for playing.
Well Assuming I want to rip, and now that Vista is released, would it be possible for this issue to be addressed properly? I know it isn't merely a 64bit issue because I ran Windows XP Professional 64bit, and winamp did not have this issue.
I do not have 32bit Vista to test. But I am running 64bit Vista (RC1) and have not yet installed a full version of vista because I would like to know all my hardware and software will run before I buy Vista.
The issue itself is that PX.dll is installed into "C:\Windows\SysWOW64" instead of "C:\Windows\system". All that need be done to correct this is to place PX.dll into the proper directory.(or Winamp devs can modify the call location in the executable)