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libvlccore.dll linked to missing export CreateTimerQueueTimer

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I'm not sure if this is a kernelex issue or not (and if it is, is this the place to ask) but here goes.

On my win-98 system, when I double-click on an .mp3 attachment in an email while using outlook 2000, I am asked if I want to save the file or play it. The file is rendered with a VLC icon in the email, by the way. If I select "play the file" I get a message window with the Title-bar "Error Starting Program". The message says "The libvlccore.dll file is linked to missing export kernel32.dll:CreateTimerQueueTimer." In all other instances when I want to play something with a VLC icon (say, from explorer) there is no problem. I have VLC version 2.0.8 and KernelEx version 4.05.2016.17. Any easy way to fix this?

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If the compatibilty mode for vlc.exe is set to default, it usually inherits from Outlook. If you have Outlook set to Disable Kex, also set the Advanced Option: "Don't use these settings in child processes". (Vlc.exe should also be set to the required mode instead of left using the default.)

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Thanks.  Setting the kex ignore settings for child processes for outlook.exe fixed the problem.

 

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