most likely it is malware,do a virus scan.
not the first time i've heard someone saying this was happening.
what google means by "Suspicious...
wasn't that barrier lower,it came more to light when 120GB drives came out?
i just checked the bios and there is no reason for me to flash.
my motherboard died,so i replaced it with one that is almost the same.
my drives that are in raid that has the OS, booted up fine.
virtualdubmod will extract the wav from mpeg 1,2, and 4.
select the part to cut before saving.
whats that :confused:
ffdshow is a DirectShow filter that will decode divx/xvid.
it can help if you have a problem decoding with the right...
i dont think KL did anything,but anyway just disable the service.
vdub is more for mpeg to avi or avi editing.
some formats have owners,so you have to use differant programs depending on the convert.
it came out as uncompressed avi,which you found out that it is very big :P
a codec (i.e divx or xvid) and the bitrate needs to be selected....
it is a hoax.
repeat after me..google is your friend. :)
reset the modem and router.
dont know,but it could be a codec conflict.
uninstall audio/video codecs that you installed.
dont install any codec packs and IMO dont install...
you have adware. http://www.lavasoftusa.com/software/adaware/
use that to get rid of it.
you may want to delete your temporary internet files...
virus scan: http://housecall.trendmicro.com/
read the removal instructions http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/pwsteal.tarno.html
if hardware is shareing an IRQ with the video card,someimes you can have problems installing windows.
wmp will play ogm.
install xvid and ogg vorbis.
tell the file to open with wmp.
i havn't tried any,so i dont whats the best program.
you can try some of these....
avi's cant hold a virus.
when you do a repair all it does is replace the windows folders and things that are attached to windows like the video card drivers.maybe a little...