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When I first installed Vista 64,I spent about 3 days getting MMJ 9 to
work.And did.For a year and a half it worked fine,except super tagging.
Then two weeks ago,after not trying to burn a cd/dvd from it for about 6 months,I discovered that it didn,t see my dvd players any more.So...I decided to re-install it...bad mistake...REALLY bad mistake..
Now after working on it for two weeks,and re-installing Vista 4 times from a re-format,I came to the conclusion....it ain't going to work..
I tried everything that i could think of,all the suggestions I could find on the web,manually registering dll's,the whole nine yards.All to no avail.
I did however find a way to get version 10 to work.
If you have MMJ installed,remove it and clean the registry.
Install Yahoo;s version ymj_2_2_2_058 just a normal install.run it once and close it.
Then install mmatch10004033 set compat mode to xpsp2 and run as admin.when ask,select basic install ..not plus.
After installing,set all the .exe files in the musicmatch folder to xpsp2 run as admin.
you have to leave Yahoo;s player installed.
This method does not work on versions lower than 10..A shame.
I have yet to find any program even close to MMJ.Even without the super tagging,and having to use version 10,I haven't found anything even close to the organization that MMJ has.
Hope this helped.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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