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If the problem persists, I might actually uninstall and then reinstall winamp.
I do have the executable file for my version here.
I’ve never quite understood all of the options that come up in the instalation process, so your suggestions here are very helpful.
I’m going to keep them handy.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Bill White
Sent: Friday, August 9, 2019 7:37 PM
Subject: Re: Another Winamp Question
Hi again, Tom. It sounds like when you installed Winamp, you left something checked, when it might have been simpler to uncheck some things. I uncheck Winamp agent, I uncheck the library, and I also uncheck visualization.
I’m using version 5.666 build 3512.
I believe I installed the full version the last time I did so.
Hi, Tom. Which version of Winamp are you using? I am using Winamp version 5.66, full, and I am not getting this message.
Within the past few wekes, whenever I try to play an audio file from my external hard drive with Winamp, I get a message that says something like: “Winamp has detected a an external drive; do you want Winamp to access this drive?”.
There is a yes/no button, but I can’t get to it.
I have tried enter, and the space bar. I also have tried rooting the Jaws cursor to the PC cursor, but have had no luck.
Occasionally, after trying, I can get the message to play, but then I get an error message about reporting the problem to Winamp.
And, once I get these messages, the only way I can get rid of them is to completely shut down and re-boot my computer.
Has anyone experienced this issue? If so, how can I respond, or better yet, how can I turn this anoying notification off?
I’m using windows 10 version 1809 with the latest build of Jaws 2019.