How to install mpe1 when it keeps saying "Wrong File Format!"?

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  1. cyb3rspy

    cyb3rspy Portal Member

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    I've been getting this msg for ages and got the shits today and did a COMPLETE FULL uninstall of ALL MP files database the lot, then did a CLEAN install of MP 4.0 and now i can't even put in any plugins at all, not in MPExtension program or via local after downloading.... WTF? whats the point of having plugins if we cant install them?



    I can't even get it to download the list of plugins, HOW DO I FIX THIS PLEASE???
     
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    ALL GOOD:
    The solution for me was to delete the files from %temp% folder, which in Win7 is Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Temp.

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