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Why isn't MusicMatch Jukebox compatible with windows 7 on my

by David Wiley / January 27, 2012 5:34 AM PST

Why isn't MusicMatch Jukebox compatible with windows 7 on my laptop?

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It will never be.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 27, 2012 5:41 AM PST
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Music Match Compatibility with Windows 7
by aymanwish / February 22, 2013 1:14 PM PST

Musicmatch Jukebox (MMJB) was not made except for Windows XP (32 bit). Windows 7 is 84 bit.
As Administrator, you can install MMJB (any version you want, if you have saved the product code) if you save the downloaded program on your C: drive and righ click to choose "Check Compatibility." Windows 7 will check and will prompt you to install it in the compatibility mode it chooses. Don't be discouraged by all popups and avoid anything that will prevent you from proceding. Whatever info you enter will go nowhere since Yahoo! stopped supporting all versions (but product code must either be correct or forever you will keep a trial version. Product Code can be easily found online).
MMJB is the best audio engine I have tried thus far. Too bad Yahoo! was not wise enough to keep it. Enjoy your own music files. I would not use it for online anything.

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MMJB again
by Josepe-sv / March 15, 2013 6:20 AM PDT

I just install MMJB 10.0 to Win7 Pro 32bit, using Compatibility mode at install initial step. Works fine, its necesary reboot Windows after install.
I believe there is the MMJB9 install exe in some old PC Magazine cd. I preffer ver 9.0 because the "car cdplayer" mini skin, hope it works.
The old MMJB stop working within WinXP when IE7 comes to update some system libraries. But I keep some year more using Win2000 Pro, because I dont like WinXP. As the years passed, to Win2000 I spent to Vista. Then RealPlayer 10.5 did the job, but the media library is hard to work.

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