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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Winamp and x64 Vista solution

I did a little digging (actually googling) and found the solution to the nagging px.dll problem that WinAmp pops up every time you run it. 

http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?s=946663fd0535e647d7ff2814a9ed8d65&postid=2119645

Unfortunately, I couldn't locate that pesky px.dll file on my system, so I fired up an XP VM in VPC07 and installed the latest Winamp there, copied it from my VM to the desktop, then copied it into the correct system folder.  Vista/VPC wouldn't let me go directly into the folder due to the UAC.

 

Posted by Steve at 23:06 | Windows Vista | Comments (5) | Link


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