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Old 24th June 2011, 21:58   #4
DrO
 
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THOMSON mp3PRO Decoder v1.2 (x86) [in_mp3PRO.dll] is the problem.

I can't remember if there's a config option provided by that plug-in to disable it overriding the native in_mp3 (though that plug-in has never been part of the Winamp distribution to my knowledge so how / why you've got it installed i really don't know).

however it'll be simpler to go to the Winamp\plugins folder and delete in_mp3PRO.dll once Winamp is properly closed. then you'll need to restart Winamp and refresh any media you've loaded (i.e. library re-scans or selecting all items in the playlist and refreshing their titles).

-daz
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