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Windows 7: Winamp crashes when playing next track?

20 Feb 2009   #11


I seem to have fixed the problem myself by messing with the Winamp options. I basically turned off anything that Updated files or file names, or accessed anything for additional information on the file being played (Local, Lan, or Internet means). It seems to have done the trick. If you need me to post my exact setting if you can't figure it out; I will be more than happy to help out. Best of luck!

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30 Oct 2009   #12
dorian hawkmoon

Windows 7 Ultimate (x64) SP1

Yes, it crashes for me too! I'm using 5.56, Big bento skin. Not every time it changes songs, but random. once every playlist at least.

Can u tell me ur solution exactly, did it solve the problem?
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10 Jun 2011   #13

7 64bit

Hey you may find like me you had an instant messenger playlist updater plugin. I had one for msn messenger and every few tracks it crashed my machine. I disabled the plugin and it fixed my crashing issue.
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05 Feb 2013   #14

Windows 8 64 bit

Winamp kept crashing with a C++ error on windows 7 and 8. Ran Registry Mechanic and seems to be fixed. Ultimate test I used is to enter sleep mode. On wakeup Winamp crashes. Not doing that now. drss1942
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