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Remove Audio And Video Codecs

Quote from the article:

“If you’ve ever had issues with a codec and needed to remove it so that you could reinstall it to make it work again you’ll want to know where you can find your codec list. In this same place you can usually change settings for the codec and it even has some limited troubleshooting capabilities”

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The also have a guide which will show you how to browse your network computers faster:

“In Windows 2000 and XP both when you’re browsing a network windows by default automatically searches for scheduled tasks while you’re browsing a computer. This can add up to a 30 second delay. Make sure you backup your registry before doing this since any registry changes have the potential to cause problems and even break stuff!”

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