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    playlists.runok

    when i try to play certain files i get an error message

    an error occured in playlists.runok : : Error number 0 click ok to terminate the application.

    WTH is this???? any cures

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    figured out what causes the problem, when i try to load a .wma file then load another file after it it will give me that error, but if i load a .mp3 and then another file after it, i get no error, so i guess the question is, why cant i get it to play .wma. i added the extension but still nothing.

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    It was a while ago since I set this up on my CarPC but I do remember that winamp requires a plug-in (codec) to play .wma files. There are two solutions and I have done both with the latter as the best solution:

    1. go to winamp.com and find the plug-in that plays .wma files and it should work then
    2. use iTunes or similar prog to reencode the .wma files into .mp3 files

    Solution no. 2 is the best because it definetely works and ME can read the id3 tags from the files while with .wma it cannot.
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    thanks, i did number 2 not too long ago, doesnt take too long to do so i cant complain. thanks though

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    Media Engine... converting people to open standards, one .wma file at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phat_bastard View Post
    Media Engine... converting people to open standards, one .wma file at a time.

    hehe.

    Maybe there should be built-in support for FLAC then.

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    I believe I added ogg and flac support sometime in 2003.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phat_bastard View Post
    I believe I added ogg and flac support sometime in 2003.
    That's why it doesn't work for me then. I'm still living in 2002.

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