The mmip (MediaMonkey Installation Package) file is a zip-compressed file (it just has extension mmip instead of zip) that contains the script's files and 'instructions' for MediaMonkey on how to install/uninstall these. To install the script, it suffices to double click it; then MediaMonkey should ask you if you want to install the script or not.
To edit the installed script, you need to look for the file ExternalTools.vbs. On Windows 7 it is located in C:\Users\casteleinr\AppData\Roaming\MediaMonkey\Scripts\Auto.
In that file (open it preferably with Notepad) you can remove the line
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Dim SDB : Set SDB = CreateObject("SongsDB.SDBApplication")
A possible alternative for the "Portable Mode" installations, according to http://www.mediamonkey.com/support/inde ... 53&nav=0,2
is editing the shortcut to the MediaMonkey application (right-click > Properties > tab Shortcut > target) to add /elevate /regserver
at the end of "C:\Program Files (x86)\MediaMonkey\MediaMonkey.exe".
I suppose this should work:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\MediaMonkey\MediaMonkey.exe" /elevate /regserver
if that doesn't work try
"C:\Program Files (x86)\MediaMonkey\MediaMonkey.exe" "/elevate /regserver"
Instead of editing the shortcut, you can also simply execute that command (in the run dialog box Windows+R or in the command prompt).
!! Anyway, make sure that the path to the MediaMonkey.exe file is correct four your computer (mine is 64bit, therefore MM is installed in Program Files (x86)
, as 32bit) !!