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Old 17th March 2013, 20:40   #15
hazysonic
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Originally Posted by Batter Pudding View Post
Experiment with the plugins one by one. Disable them in turn by closing Winamp, renaming them, then fire up Winamp again.

If it turns out it is a plugin causing your problem then your only choice is to hassle the person who wrote the plugin or find an alternate plugin which is still maintained.

Often a Plugin problem is caused by using Win98 style code in 2013 where a plugin is trying to write to the C:\Program Files\ folder. If this is the case then you may well get around this by uninstalling winamp then reinstalling it to C:\Winamp\ or D:\Winamp\ instead. Not the best answer, but can get you round the need to use an out of date plugin.
thanks I'll give it a try. I only use a few plugins (slowmedown & loopmaster), but I use them all the time so it's worth the effort....
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