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Naturally, you should still have copies of the setup files for any 3rd-party plugins you've downloaded, so you can always use these to reinstall 3rd-party plugins later.
Winamp 2.9x and 5.x users will also lose all Library data by using the uninstall procedure outlined below.
Delete the Winamp dir (where Winamp was installed) 3.
Delete the contents of the %App Data%\Winamp folder (see below for more info). Delete C:\Windows\(v5.1 and earlier, not v5.11 or above) 5. Backup Note: You don't need to backup anything if you don't want to, ie.
Winamp 5.x Component List (full list/details of Winamp installation options) Before you ask for help make sure you delete gen_from the winamp\plugins directory.
-Does not read/support ID3v2 or Lyrics3 tags (reads ID3v1 tags only).
Note: Winamp 5.5x saves settings here by default, unless you upgraded from an older version where 'shared' setups (settings saved to the Program Files\Winamp folder) are still respected.
Settings will also be in %App Data%\Winamp if you selected "separate settings per user" in the 5.2x-5.35 installer options.
It has already been replaced by the newer aac Plus technology, which is already supported by in_mp3in the default Winamp 5.x distro.Native MP3Pro support will NEVER be implemented in Winamp, mainly due to licensing issues/costs and the fact that it is a truly lousy and dead format.More info about AACPlus You only need to do a clean install if you are experiencing problems that cannot be resolved using any other method.-Delete "C:\Windows\winamp.ini" (v5.1 and earlier, not v5.11 or above) If you were using Winamp to manage any external usb hard/thumb drives (via the pmp_usb interface) then you can optionally start with a clean slate by going to the root folder of the usb drive in Windows Explorer and deleting pmp_and winamp_cache_0001(note, these files are hidden by default, so you will need to make sure you can view hidden files first via: Control Panel - View tab).
We do NOT recommend manually editing/removing any keys or strings in the Windows Registry.this part is optional, so you can skip straight to part 2 if you don't want to backup anything (playlists, media library, bookmarks, skins, plugins, presets, etc). EQF files * The remote cddb database = Plugins\Gracenote\* The local cddb database = Plugins\& (pre 5.31: Plugins\in_| 5.31-5.35: cdinfo.db3) * The Playlist Generator database: Plugins\Gracenote\& * The skins in the Skins dir (or files) Don't backup the Plugins dir, not unless you know for sure there's one or more rare / hard to find plugins or avs presets in there.Save (mainly applicable to people who use one single large playlist all the time). ii) Close Winamp iii) Navigate to the Winamp settings folder via 'My Computer' Usually %App Data%\Winamp (for multi-user setups / more info) Or: C:\Program Files\Winamp (for old 'shared' setups on upgrades) Here is the list of files that some people might want to backup: * The bookmark list = * Any saved EQ presets = winamp. In which case, just backup the plugins & presets of your choice, not the whole folder.Tips on backing up ratings can be found here * Note: If you selected "separate settings per user" in the 5.2-5.35 installer options (as opposed to the default "shared settings for all users" option) then settings files, bookmarks, saved eq presets, and the library database will be located in your %App Data%\Winamp folder instead.