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  1. Please can someone help me out? It's concerning MPC-HC.

    1. GrandAdmiralThrawn


      I can try... as I'm using it myself. But can't promise much.. better not get your hopes up. ;)

    2. XP-x64-Lover


      Thank you! I wont get my hopes up. :) It's specifically version MPC-HC 1.7.15 x64 but, you could try x64 from the K-lite codec pack. (Version of MPC-HC on K-lite is tweaked to work on XP SP3 (Could help I guess.) So, If you try installing the latest codec pack for XP on XP x64 it'll only give you MPC-HC x64. As far as MPC-HC 1.7.15 x64; I've had success getting past the "Not a valid win32 application error." Now I am stuck with a new one. :wacko: "The procedure entry point GetTickCount64 could not be located in the dynamic library KERNEL32.dll." I used HexEdit to get past the Win32 error but, I am at a loss about the second one. (I know the second error corresponds to it looking for GetTickCount64 but, XP doesn't have it natively.) :unsure:

       :wub: Any help you can offer is greatly appreciated.

    3. XP-x64-Lover


      Any progress to report?