Knowledgebase: Install and Config
How to Install a Winamp Plug-in
Updated by Russell Samuels on Nov 13, 2014

Some Winamp plug-in installers check for the presence of winamp.exe in the destination directory preventing you from installing/using the plugin with MediaMonkey. To get around this:

1. Close MediaMonkey
2. Open Notepad or any other text editor to a blank document
3. Save a file called 'winamp.exe' (containing nothing in it) to \Program Files\MediaMonkey\
4. Run the plug-in's installer, and attempt to install to:
\Program Files\MediaMonkey (if the default path is \Program Files\Winamp)
\Program Files\MediaMonkey\Plugins (if the default path is \Program Files\Winamp\Plugins)
5. Run MediaMonkey and check that the newly installed plugin is present via Tools | Options | Player - Plug-ins

If this fails, you'll have to manually copy any .dlls, and other files copied by the installer from: \Program Files\Winamp and \Program Files\Winamp\Plugins directories to: \Program Files\MediaMonkey and \Program Files\MediaMonkey\Plugins

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