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Does VLC higher than 1.1.5 run on Win-98?

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Two of my win-98 systems have 1.1.5 version of VLC, and on one system I tried to install the most recent version (I think 1.1.8) but it crashes upon launching. Unless I'm not looking in the right place, I don't see too much here in the win-9x/me forums about the functionality of the newer versions of VLC on win-9x (presumably version 1.1.1 and higher requires KernelEx, which naturally my systems have, but it doesn't seem to be good enough). So - what's the story here?

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Latest VLC 1.1.8 running fine here on Windows ME + KernelEx 4.5 Final.

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All right - I can confirm that VLC 1.1.5 did update itself to 1.1.8 on the win-98 system I'm using to type this post. I'll have to dig a little deeper on the other system to see why the update didn't work.

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VLC 1.1.9 works great on my P3. However on my P2, it crashes right after opening any media file.

Joe.

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Does presence of Revolutions Pack affect VLC 1.1.x?

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Does presence of Revolutions Pack affect VLC 1.1.x?

I have the last RP and KernelEx and VLC 1.1.10 work well on my machine :)

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