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    Media Engine on Windows 98?

    Has anyone got Media Engine to work on Windows 98? I have tried and the program acts like it's loading up then goes back to my desktop screen with the winamp in the toolbar still running.

    If you have a fix please let me know because I don't have windows 2000.

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    Do you have MDAC installed? I believe it asks you if you want to install it during the MediaEngine installation. Windows updates?
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    I beleive Media Engine was written in Vb6, with that assumption then yes it will work on win98
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