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Old 4th May 2012, 09:08   #4
DrO
 
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you're both using 3rd party plug-ins and in your case Galway girl it has already been suggested to do a clean install / disable the 3rd party plug-ins but you're refusing to do that so and is the only way to validate if it is a core Winamp issue or if it is down to using unsupported 3rd party plug-ins.

Twenty-Seven: ml_ipod is a 3rd party plug-in which pretty much is no longer under development and is known to have issues with recent versions of Windows. if the native iPod support doesn't suit / work with your iPod then there's not too much to do and you would probably need to use an alternative software to be able to go to a non-iTunes setup.

-daz
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