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  • Originally Posted by jpp20 View Post
    Winamp 5.9.2 crash when try open some mp3 audio files. This problem dows not not happen with 5.9.1 version.
    Maybe the mp3s that are causing your v5.9.2 to crash have structural errors that that version can't handle. The attachment is an app that can check for and fix several kinds of mp3 encoding errors. I have used it on over 6,000 mp3s in my collection (fixing several of them). Version 5.9.2.10042 plays all the mp3s in my collection without any issues.

    Make a copy of any that the app flags before letting it try to fix them.

    Attached Files
    Winamp v5.9.2.10042 - Quinto Black CT v3.8 skin
    Windows 11 Home 64-bit v22H2 desktop - Logitech Z906 5.1 speaker system

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    • Hi, Aminifu.
      I used EZ CD Audio Converter and re-encoded the files. Now all is working fine. Thanks for tip.

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      • In Windows 7 I'm getting a crash when closing Winamp 5.9.2. Its not every time but still frequently. This is the error:

        Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
        Application Name: winamp.exe
        Application Version: 5.9.2.10042
        Application Timestamp: 64490348
        Fault Module Name: StackHash_df93
        Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.26362
        Fault Module Timestamp: 63bf8cb2
        Exception Code: c0000374
        Exception Offset: 000c3f3f
        OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
        Locale ID: 1033
        Additional Information 1: df93
        Additional Information 2: df938b1577c023d0e9d6037d4440ed18
        Additional Information 3: 40c2
        Additional Information 4: 40c288055ba8c6c410b43cd4950297a2​

        Other than that this version does work good but for now I've reverted to 5.9.1 that doesn't have the problem.

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        • Nullsoft Notification Area Control v2.49 [gen_tray.dll] is not working in windows 11!

          I am so surprised nobody mentioned this before?

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          • Originally Posted by thinktink View Post
            I just re-downloaded final from the forums link, uninstalled Winamp, cleared and deleted the Program Files (x86)\Winamp folder, cleared and deleted the %APPDATA%\Winamp folder, and reinstalled Winamp Full. It's still doing it without any 3rd party plugins installed, even my own.
            ...

            ...
            I don't know what else to say or do. Winamp doesn't generate a crash report that I can find.

            [EDIT/]
            Including gen_ff for you to look at in case you're right and it's getting corrupted somehow.
            This is still an issue for me. I tried to figure out what Winamp is doing just before the AV inside wcslen. So far it seems what Winamp is doing something inside ???MlUnskinWindow right after what looks like a reading and parsing of the selected skin's XML file with the last discernable valid string being/having-been parsed is "groupdef". More details in the attached WinDbg32 screenshot.

            The following is just a raw dump of my notepad during this session:
            HTML Code:
            0x9ba2
            
            bp ucrtbase!wcslen 645E
            
            bp gen_ff!winampGetGeneralPurposePlugin+0x14256 22D7​
            Click image for larger version

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            | Opus Audio Codec plugins 2.0 | Embedded Album Art | DiskWrite |
            | Save your playlist first! | Live voice-over | X-Fade 2.5 |
            | AterKast (Source DSP) | More of my stuff... |

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            • Hi thinktink,

              I'm really sorry you are having this issue. This modern skin and others I use work fine for me. I'm only playing mp3 files at this point. My configuration also includes seven 3rd party plug-ins, including your BogProg Embedded Art v1.3.3.20. Some features in some of these plug-ins don't work and may cause Winamp to crash if I try to use these incompatible features (which is expected at this point), but most work (including yours) 100% fine. Can you post an Info Tool report of your configuration? Or, I can pm you mine for comparison.

              Winamp v5.9.2.10042 - Quinto Black CT v3.8 skin
              Windows 11 Home 64-bit v22H2 desktop - Logitech Z906 5.1 speaker system

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              • Originally Posted by Aminifu View Post
                Hi thinktink,

                I'm really sorry you are having this issue. This modern skin and others I use work fine for me. ...
                DJ Egg is already aware of this issue I'm having. It only happens on my ASUS VivoBook without any 3rd party plugins installed, even my own. DJ Egg has already said he can't figure out why it's happening mostly because he can't replicate it. All I'm doing now is trying to provide more information in the hopes he can tell me exactly what Winamp is doing so that I can backtrace the source of the issue to something specific, like a bad driver or corrupted description entries in my system.
                | Opus Audio Codec plugins 2.0 | Embedded Album Art | DiskWrite |
                | Save your playlist first! | Live voice-over | X-Fade 2.5 |
                | AterKast (Source DSP) | More of my stuff... |

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                • Winamp 5.9.2 is crashing on exit when ASIO plugin is installed.
                  Tested on both original Otachan version, and this recent fork

                  Was able to build only original Otachan 0.67 version to get pdb, but it didn't give much information about the source of the issue. In all cases it is
                  code:
                  FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: HEAP_CORRUPTION_c0000374_ntdll.dll!LdrShutdownThread
                  Stack is
                  code:
                  0:008> k
                  # ChildEBP RetAddr
                  00 056eeff8 770589ef ntdll!ZwWaitForSingleObject+0x15
                  01 056ef07c 77058b1d ntdll!RtlReportExceptionEx+0x14b
                  02 056ef0d4 7707ed6e ntdll!RtlReportException+0x86
                  03 056ef0e8 7707edeb ntdll!RtlpTerminateFailureFilter+0x14
                  04 056ef0f4 770245e4 ntdll!RtlReportCriticalFailure+0x67
                  05 056ef108 77024489 ntdll!_EH4_CallFilterFunc+0x12
                  06 056ef130 77008011 ntdll!_except_handler4+0x8e
                  07 056ef154 77007fe3 ntdll!ExecuteHandler2+0x26
                  08 056ef178 77007f85 ntdll!ExecuteHandler+0x24
                  09 056ef204 76fc0133 ntdll!RtlDispatchException+0x127
                  0a 056ef204 7707eddb ntdll!KiUserExceptionDispatcher+0xf
                  0b 056ef748 7707fce1 ntdll!RtlReportCriticalFailure+0x57
                  0c 056ef758 7707fdc1 ntdll!RtlpReportHeapFailure+0x21
                  0d 056ef78c 7703a566 ntdll!RtlpLogHeapFailure+0xa1
                  0e 056ef7d4 76fe2daa ntdll!RtlpCoalesceFreeBlocks+0x84c
                  0f 056ef8cc 76fe2c95 ntdll!RtlpFreeHeap+0x1f4
                  10 056ef8ec 74e314bd ntdll!RtlFreeHeap+0x142
                  11 056ef900 5f6000c7 kernel32!HeapFree+0x14
                  12 056ef918 5f5e4611 out_asio!_free_base+0x27
                  13 056ef92c 5f5e6d0c out_asio!free_dbg_nolock+0x471
                  14 056ef96c 5f5a4c0e out_asio!_free_dbg+0x7c
                  15 056ef97c 5f5a371c out_asio!operator delete+0xe
                  16 056ef988 5f58241c out_asio!operator delete+0xc
                  17 056efa7c 5f5823d0 out_asio!deleteDrvStruct+0x7c
                  18 056efb6c 5f581fb4 out_asio!deleteDrvStruct+0x30
                  19 056efc50 5f581998 out_asio!AsioDriverList::~AsioDriverList+0x34
                  1a 056efd30 5f5840e8 out_asio!AsioDrivers::~AsioDrivers+0x28
                  1b 056efe10 5f58480f out_asio!AsioDrivers::`scalar deleting destructor'+0x28
                  1c 056eff40 5f5b9e42 out_asio!ThreadProc+0x13f
                  1d 056eff88 74e33d05 out_asio!thread_start<unsigned int (__stdcall*)(void *),1>+0xb2
                  1e 056eff94 76fe9732 kernel32!BaseThreadInitThunk+0xe
                  1f 056effd4 76fe9705 ntdll!__RtlUserThreadStart+0x70
                  20 056effec 00000000 ntdll!_RtlUserThreadStart+0x1b​

                  Not clear who is corrupting heap, but version 5.6.666 didn't have this issue. I've also tried to run Winamp under App Verifier with the basic settings, but it crashes immediately without producing any dumps.
                  Tried also build this one plugin for testing - https://github.com/WACUP/out_notsoasio, but it references some includes I don't know where to take from
                  code:
                  #include <loader/loader/paths.h>
                  #include <loader/loader/utils.h>
                  #include <loader/loader/ini.h>​

                  Built out_asio and crash dump

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                  • I'm browsing my MP3 files by double-clicking them in Windows File Explorer, having Winamp being the default media application for .mp3 files.

                    When I do this, e.g. by listening to an MP3 file for three seconds and then double-clicking another file in File Explorer, Winamp regularly crashes after playing the 5th to 10th file this way.​

                    See here for a screencast depicting this issue: https://i.ibb.co/8jyMM8s/Winamp-crashes.gif
                    Attached Files

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                    • The option to have Winamp play CDs is always unchecked. No matter how often I check this option, revisiting the corresponding Options page, this option is always unchecked.

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                      • Are you sure the Nullsoft CD Plug-in v4.7 (in_cdda.dll) is installed?
                        Winamp v5.9.2.10042 - Quinto Black CT v3.8 skin
                        Windows 11 Home 64-bit v22H2 desktop - Logitech Z906 5.1 speaker system

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                        • Absolutely. Please refer to the Reports.zip file I attached. I contains all the requested data.

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                          • Moreover, playing back a VBR MP3 file, Winamp is no more able to reliably play at the playhead's position. When I pause a song, move the playhead, and then continue the song, it always starts from the beginning.

                            This is very annoying for me as a musician as I'm using Winamp to learn and pick out difficult to play passages of a song.

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                            • Winamp 5.9.2 still cannot play M3U files served over a HTTPS connection:



                              However, the same hyperlink, served over HTTP, works:

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                              • I am still getting the issue in 5.9.2 where my playlists are getting corrupted by Winamp. In my particular case if a file has Japanese characters in it then the file path just gets turned into question marks and then Winamp acts like it can't find the file any more (because the file path is messed up I assume). An example: https://i.imgur.com/0iGPAeD.png

                                DJ Egg confirmed that it could be replicated here but it seems to have persisted through to 5.9.2. This is not something I experienced before 5.9 and reverting to 5.8 allows me to avoid it for the time being.

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