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98MP10 = WMP10 XP + XP SP3 Killer Replacements

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When you have time can you update this pack with the WMP files for WinXp SP3?

Also which Wmpband.dll file should i delete the one in the

Windows Media Player folder or the System folder.I feel as if i don't need both.

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When you have time can you update this pack with the WMP files for WinXp SP3?

Also which Wmpband.dll file should i delete the one in the

Windows Media Player folder or the System folder.

I feel as if i don't need both

and can you please add a option to uninstall drm files

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Hello, the new MP9URP9X June 2008 release install files more recent than those contained in the package 98MP10.

When a new version?

Bye.

Mcv'93

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When you have time can you update this pack with the WMP files for WinXp SP3?

Also which Wmpband.dll file should i delete the one in the

Windows Media Player folder or the System folder.I feel as if i don't need both.

I will have to test which files work from MP9URP9X + XP SP3, so I need some spare time... soon I hope.

About removing DRM:

I will add an INF file anybody can run from a simple batch file, to remove DRM files + reg entries [move them to a backup folder] and another INF to restore them, if any1 cares to do so.

I will post here the updates when I have them.

About WMPBAND.DLL:

The 1 u need should be in "C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player" .

Delete the 1 in %windir%\SYSTEM .

Thanks.

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98MP10 · UPDATED · 11-20-2008

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Added newer files from WinXP SP3:

WMV8DS32.AX 8.0.0.4000

WMVDS32.AX 8.0.0.4487

PLYR_ERR.CHM

WMPLAYER.CHM

BLACKBOX.DLL 9.0.0.4503

CABINET.DLL 5.1.2600.5512

MPVIS.DLL 9.0.0.4503

MSPMSP.DLL 9.0.1.57

MSSCP.DLL 9.0.0.4503

MSWMDM.DLL 9.0.1.56

WMPASF.DLL 9.0.0.4503

WMPCORE.DLL 9.0.0.4503

WMPDXM.DLL 9.0.0.4503

WMPLOC.DLL 9.0.0.4503

WMPNS.DLL 9.0.0.4503

WMSDMOE.DLL 9.0.0.4503

WMSTREAM.DLL 8.0.0.4487

MPLAYER2.EXE 6.4.9.1126

UNREGMP2.EXE 9.0.0.4503

WMPLAYER.EXE 9.0.0.4503

WMP.OCX 9.0.0.4503

Enjoy.

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Do NOT install 98MP10 IF already installed WMP9URP...

Hi MDGx...

You say "Do NOT install 98MP10 IF already installed WMP9URP"...

Could you quickly state the reason why it should not be done?

Inquiring minds want to know ;)...

Thanks in advance...

Edit:

Also...

I can't seem to register WMPENCEN.DLL...

and I get the following errors reported by Dependency Walker when examining it...

Error: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in an implicitly dependent module.

Warning: At least one delay-load dependency module was not found.

Warning: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in a delay-load dependent module.

Is this normal?

Edited by whatever420

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Do NOT install 98MP10 IF already installed WMP9URP...

Hi MDGx...

You say "Do NOT install 98MP10 IF already installed WMP9URP"...

Could you quickly state the reason why it should not be done?

Inquiring minds want to know ;)...

Thanks in advance...

Edit:

Also...

I can't seem to register WMPENCEN.DLL...

and I get the following errors reported by Dependency Walker when examining it...

Error: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in an implicitly dependent module.

Warning: At least one delay-load dependency module was not found.

Warning: At least one module has an unresolved import due to a missing export function in a delay-load dependent module.

Is this normal?

1. erpdude8 [also a MSFN member] is the author of WMP9URP, he can better answer this question.

In brief, there are files installed by WMP9URP which conflict with 98MP10.

2. I have removed WMPENCEN.DLL registration from 98MP10.INF.

The error message you're getting is probably because WinXP/WMP10 have extra API functions Win98/WMP9 doesn't have.

WMPENCEN.DLL works ok otherwise, as far as I can tell.

Thanks for your feedback.

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1. erpdude8 [also a MSFN member] is the author of WMP9URP, he can better answer this question.

In brief, there are files installed by WMP9URP which conflict with 98MP10.

2. I have removed WMPENCEN.DLL registration from 98MP10.INF.

The error message you're getting is probably because WinXP/WMP10 have extra API functions Win98/WMP9 doesn't have.

WMPENCEN.DLL works ok otherwise, as far as I can tell.

Thanks for your feedback.

...and thank you for the information :).

The reason I asked the first question was because, after backing up my registry and all files that would be replaced, I installed 98MP10 over WMP9URP and noticed no problems (so far)...

If there are any problems, I'll report back...

Maybe erpdude8 will see this post and let us know what conflicts he encountered...

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98MP10 · UPDATED · 11-20-2008

Please see the top of this topic for most recent 98MP10 update.

___________________________________

Added newer files from WinXP SP3:

...

Nice work MDGx! :D

As always, a superb package! - so far Windows Media Player works correctly.

However, a word of warning:

The last three releases of 98MP10 replace SHFOLDER.DLL.

If you are using KernelEx 0.3.4, 0.3.5, or 0.3.6, you will lose the SHFOLDER.DLL patching.

After installing 98MP10, you must uninstall and reinstall KernelEx to re-patch SHFOLDER.DLL.

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It also rolls back browselc.dll to version 6.0.2800.1106, but the most updated version of this file known to work in Win 9x/ME is v. 6.0.2800.1146, from KB331485... :whistle:

Nonetheless, this is a minor problem.

Thanks a lot for the update, MDGx! You rock! :thumbup

Edited by dencorso

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98MP10 · UPDATED · 11-20-2008

Please see the top of this topic for most recent 98MP10 update.

___________________________________

Added newer files from WinXP SP3:

...

Nice work MDGx! :D

As always, a superb package! - so far Windows Media Player works correctly.

However, a word of warning:

The last three releases of 98MP10 replace SHFOLDER.DLL.

If you are using KernelEx 0.3.4, 0.3.5, or 0.3.6, you will lose the SHFOLDER.DLL patching.

After installing 98MP10, you must uninstall and reinstall KernelEx to re-patch SHFOLDER.DLL.

I have removed SHFOLDER.DLL from 98MP10.

Please test at your convenience:

http://www.mdgx.com/wmp.htm#98MP10

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On the other hand, I've been using the 6.0.2900.2180 builds of

BROWSEWM.DLL SHDOCLC.DLL and SHFOLDER.DLL for about a fortnight now,

with no apparent problems happening so far. However, if I ever find

any issues with any of them I'll sure post about them.

Are they still going strong?

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Do WMPNS.DLL 9.0.0.4503 fix the MP817885?

also this file is located in the WMP folder & system folder

which one should i delete?

Edited by PROBLEMCHYLD

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