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Old 08-17-2010, 05:42 PM
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Re: What to do in the event of a Crash

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you will need to open the "crash.txt" file and take a look, this post Here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2&postcount=50 will show you how to interpret what you find, and how to correct it.
Where do I find the "crash.txt"?

So I located it, but it does not look nearly as simple as the link above to figure out and it is saying when it crashes to forward it to the developer but does not provide a destination to send it to. I have tried to install it on both my device and storage card and am getting the same result. Any advice would be much appreciated?

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Re: TCPMP & Master Codec Pack 5

Thanks for your work on this. Here and buttoned. I wasn't sure how to work with all Bimbam's XDA-thread components. Your cab makes it easy.
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Where do I find the "crash.txt"?

So I located it, but it does not look nearly as simple as the link above to figure out and it is saying when it crashes to forward it to the developer but does not provide a destination to send it to. I have tried to install it on both my device and storage card and am getting the same result. Any advice would be much appreciated?
It's in your "My Documents" folder... Have you tried removing ALL the registry entries for TCPMP? after doing so, try again. if this still is not helping, try using one of the other versions created by bimbam69, you can find them in his XDA development thread.

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Lightbulb It's Finally Here!

I have just released the latest edition of the Master Codec Pack, Version 6.0! Here is it's release thread: http://forum.ppcgeeks.com/windows-mobile-applications/135811-tcpmp-master-codec-pack-6-a.html#post1979001

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