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Topic: Upgrading a portable installation results in lost of order of auto playlist (Read 2531 times) previous topic - next topic
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Re: Upgrading a portable installation results in lost of order of auto playlist

Reply #25
Did you delete the folder from "\profile\user-components\" ?

Look at your task manager. Do you still have foobar2000.exe?
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Re: Upgrading a portable installation results in lost of order of auto playlist

Reply #26
Looks like the stack pointer gets corrupted when interacting with the bundled zlib1.dll. Hold on.

Re: Upgrading a portable installation results in lost of order of auto playlist

Reply #27
Looks like the stack pointer gets corrupted when interacting with the bundled zlib1.dll. Hold on.

I'm not competent, but I understand that the problem arose with this updated zlib to v1.3.

what's going on now? :))

I put the zlib1.dll 21-03-2023 79,5k

of the previous version and after a while everything started working again as before

 O:)  :D  O:)

Re: Upgrading a portable installation results in lost of order of auto playlist

Reply #28
Yes, looks like something is wrong with the bundled zlib. I just triggered a crash in fresh portable install just by opening zipped music file.

Re: Upgrading a portable installation results in lost of order of auto playlist

Reply #29
Yes, looks like something is wrong with the bundled zlib. I just triggered a crash in fresh portable install just by opening zipped music file.

Yes THX.

Re: Upgrading a portable installation results in lost of order of auto playlist

Reply #30
Do you mean the scripts stored with Masstagger component? If you do, I am once again baffled. They are migrated just like every other setting is migrated, there is nothing special one needs to do.
Thanks. That was the problem. Masstagger was not installed. Everything migrated wonderfully as always.