Module Plug-in Error Corrupt file or unsupported module type

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Good day!

 

I have this winamp. BUt when I run it the error came up and i don't know what the cause was.

I have a windows 7 and always upgrade all. Is there anyone could help me solve this problem.

 

Module Plug-in Error

Corrupt file or unsupported module type.

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Thanks guys in advance!

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Best Answer by Felipa Dolore
Answered By 562865 points N/A #127481

Module Plug-in Error Corrupt file or unsupported module type

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You may want to download another copy of Winamp installer from the internet. The copy of Winamp installer that you have has a corrupted component included inside the setup file. There is no solution for this. There is no problem with the installation because all of the necessary files that were needed were successfully extracted from the compressed installer file. The problem came out when you were about to use the program.

Be sure to download the right version for your Windows operating system since you are using Windows 7. An addition to Winamp is DFX, an audio enhancer which is used by Winamp as a plugin. Download DFX for Winamp at http://www.fxsound.com/dfx/download.php

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Answered By 15 points N/A #196916

Module Plug-in Error Corrupt file or unsupported module type

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Use the following steps that might solve the error:

 
1. Open Winamp.
2. Go to Preferences or press Ctrl + P.
3. Under General Preferences, select Playlist from the ​list on the left side of the window.
4. In the window, look for the "Assume file extension of unknown files is to be (default is "mp3"):" part and the text box value should be "mp3".
 
 
5. Click Close.
 
Reinstalling Winamp may also fix the issue. Uninstall it first using the following method (all settings, bookmarks, skins, library, and playlists will be lost):
 
1. Click Start then select Control Panel.
2. On the window, click "Uninstall a program" under Programs.
3. Look for the Winamp program in the list then click Uninstall.
4. Go to "C:Users(username)AppDataRoamingWinamp" and delete all the contents.
5. Delete the "Winamp.ini" file from "C:Windows" folder.
6. Reinstall the Winamp program.
 
The error should be resolved by using these steps.

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