Author Topic: XMPlay on windows 8.1  (Read 73 times)

rst

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XMPlay on windows 8.1
« on: 21 Apr '17 - 14:20 »
Recently i have installed windows 8.1 enterprise x64.
When running XMPlay i obtain the error 'msvcr71.dll' is missing.
The program anyways start but always that error on its booting.

Also when inserting a winamp VIS warpper and click in 'config' button the whole program gets stucked totally.
But when i copied the whole XMPlay folder to the new windows 8.1, the settings had a VIS wrapper just added that works perfectly. The problem appears when click 'config' button.

help
« Last Edit: 21 Apr '17 - 14:37 by rst »

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #1 on: 21 Apr '17 - 16:14 »
XMPlay itself doesn't use msvcr71.dll, and I don't think any of the native plugins do either, so I guess it may be a Winamp plugin that needs it. To find out, you could check the "Input and archive plugins" list in XMPlay and see which (if any) is missing. Or you could try removing the in_*.dll files one by one until you find the culprit.

I'm not sure where you can get msvcr71.dll from to fix the problem, but it seems like it may be included in the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1, so you could try installing that.

rst

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #2 on: 21 Apr '17 - 16:26 »
yes, in .net 1.1, but seems that installer is not possible to install....

I will check the native input plugins and/or i will isolate the one that wants that dll but... we should be able to have just the same libraries on windows 8.1

Anywyas what i am worried is about the 'config' button not working on the VIS wrapper, maybe because the dll ?

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #3 on: 21 Apr '17 - 16:39 »
Yeah, perhaps one/some of the Winamp vis plugins needs msvcr71.dll. You could try removing them one by one too.

rst

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #4 on: 21 Apr '17 - 17:06 »
it goes to give its work. My XMPlay folder size 332 MB.
Anyways the work on the main XMPlay program is amazing, just copied the folder to the new windows 8.1, and even with the dll erros and other lateral issues, but the player is giving the crystal audio :) congratulations to the author.

rst

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #5 on: 22 Apr '17 - 16:39 »
i was able to install net framework 1.1 and the sp1 on the windows 8.1 enterprise x64.
But anyways, when starting XMPlay the msvcr71.dll still is missing.
So i found some information about to put the dll in the same executable path, that worked and also worked to put that dll into Syswow3264.

But still the problem when clicking on the 'config' button or when adding a new VIS warpper. The whole program gets blocked and i have to kill the process.

help

Dotpitch

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #6 on: 22 Apr '17 - 19:21 »
But still the problem when clicking on the 'config' button or when adding a new VIS warpper. The whole program gets blocked and i have to kill the process.
When you click the Config button in the Winamp vis wrapper, it probably scans all DLLs for Winamp visualizations. If one of those does not respond because it's missing MSVCR, it could lock up. You're going to have to figure out which one it is.

saga

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #7 on: 22 Apr '17 - 20:06 »
That's not quite correct, if a dependency is not met, a library will simply not load at all. However, the suggestion is still valid of course - any plugin could be causing the hang, so try removing them one by one until you found the culprit.

piovrauz

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #8 on: 22 Apr '17 - 21:18 »
I think I may remember someting around those lines. Could it be milkdrop?

rst

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Re: XMPlay on windows 8.1
« Reply #9 on: 23 Apr '17 - 11:59 »
i installed the net framework 1.1 and its sp1. But after do it, xmplay still asking by the library. So i am not sure that net framerwork works fine.

like i said, i have placed the 'msvcr71.dll' into 'syswow64' folder of the win8.1
XMplay never more asked about it.

so i dont know what more i can do, but yes, when we click config button i remember in xp that all the plugins are browsing, or some like that...

Anyways, i remember some messing yes with Milkdrop and some registering dll into its files etc. It may be the reason... i will check one by one all the winamp plugins i have.
« Last Edit: 23 Apr '17 - 12:07 by rst »