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Have not tried re-installing Windows, but as this is a work laptop i do not have that option Now, i also have a PC at home with almost identical set-up in BUT: itself is not blocked by Comodo. Kully Attached Images Winamp-creative zen.jpg (46.3 KB, 7 views) Last edited by kullyrai; 12-31-2010 at 09:15 AM. Checking your browser before accessing teamspeak.com. check my blog

Please turn JavaScript on and reload the page. Logged jbennett Newbie Posts: 2 Re: Resolved: Firewall blocks Winamp from connecting to http://localhost:8001 « Reply #4 on: July 21, 2009, 04:05:53 AM » I just wanted to say THANK YOU Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=200461

Posted by hn_88 on Saturday, February 05, 2011 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest No comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) It had some issues which had to be sorted ou... Now that the connection had been made, then all the buttons and volume controls worked with the already running WinAmp. And the reason was given in this post - I had installed Winamp Lite at one point of time, and that does not have wav support.

So about the Project.. I cant believe I missed this one out: OpenWinamp("C:\Program Files\Winamp\winamp.exe", "winamp v1.x") You did a pretty awesome job, and Very clean explanation! So its being replaced with: No Song Playing. When it is first connected, Winamp seems to detect the player, but then in the media library everything comes up blank, and as zero duration songs.

It checks the title for 3 letters "Win" as: Winamp Build 80.39972. As I've said it befor, NET doesnt stop surprising me! And +Rep Given ofcourse! but the Winamp-plugin cannot communicate with Winamp because Comodo blocks this !3.

I would like Winamp to be able to connect to the Winamp Streamripper plugin on localhost:8001 again - this used to work in Comodo V2.My setup is WinXP SP2. You are the Best Passel. I tried to Close the Program and Reopenned it again to see if it works with the Same Winamp session, but Didnt work out.. Actually HOSTS is not a real block but rather a detour or black hole, as you say.

Like you, I had a Blocked Network Zones entry for a particular server. http://www.stealthbot.net/board/lofiversion/index.php?t1502.html Downloaded and installed WinAmp (v 5.65). This class is not meant to be an end all class of winamp classes. I am using your method and I think nothing else have been helpfull exactly because of the way Winamp works today with VBNET!

Reason: Added which VB.Net version I'm using and expanded test code a bit Reply With Quote Nov 15th, 2013,07:14 PM #3 Miklogak View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter Addicted Member click site Of course, if you're writting an application, you probably wouldn't want to have a connect button. Winamp Forums Home Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Members List FAQ help Register Rules Winamp & SHOUTcast Forums > Winamp > Winamp Technical Support Internet TV list server down P and I checked out various ways to do it from vimeo itself, ...

sometimes the player is picked up correctly in winamp, but that only seems to happen once in a blue moon. And yeh it was also my first time working with Winamp like this. Hackenbush Newbie Posts: 15 Re: Firewall V3 blocks Winamp from connecting to http://localhost:8001 « Reply #3 on: March 09, 2009, 10:56:35 AM » Issue is Resolved I had a forgotten adblock news But now, this page showed me how to do it.

GetTrackName = "No Song Playing" Else Idx = TitleText.IndexOf(".", 0) + 2 GetTrackName = TitleText.Substring(Idx, (TitleText.Length - Idx)) End If ' Next two lines account for Playing shoutcast streams If GetTrackName.IndexOf("[ICY Opened a new project (vb 2010), and pasted the code from your post into a Class module (ClassWinAmp.vb). Never ever done any coding with the interface involved ... @Passel, First of all I would like you thank you from bottom of my heart for your time and efforts!

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I use a downloaded custom HOSTS file to block ads and rogue sites. The blocked addresses in MBNZ do not belong to the loopback range.My problem was:1. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Return SendMessage(WAHandle, WM_COMMAND, 40001, 0&) End Function Public Function GetWinampTitle() As String Dim strTitle As String Dim n As Long strTitle = Space(2048) GetWindowText(WAHandle, strTitle, 2048) Do n = n +

Comodo, like other packet-filtering firewalls, doesn't actually care about host names internally - its underlying rules all operate based on IP address, IP protocol (TCP, UDP, etc.), and port number. Thanks again... *Edit* Upgraded my Logitech mouse driver to version 6.15.6 (control center) and 5.10.9 (driver) resolved the problem. I also tried putting the firewall into Training Mode clicked apply, started Winamp again and tried to connect to localhost:8001 but again - nothing. More about the author Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

I I dont know if I should to use it as a Class or just add it directly in my form. All rights reserved. I also don't know why these blocked connection attempts weren't showing up anywhere in the firewall logs - had they been there, this would have been trivial to troubleshoot, instead of To save internet bandwith you can have the Streamripper plugin create a 'relay' stream on localhost:8001 which Winamp then can connect to.

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