open a cmd.exe prompt as an admin
Easiest way to do that is to type "cmd.exe" into the Start menu's search
bar, then right-click on cmd.exe when it shows up in the list above and
choose Run As Administrator
accept that prompt
regsvr32 /u iac25_32.ax
at that prompt, hit return. That should pop up a dialog and you should be
What codec pack did this? I would really really really really like to stop
them from breaking users. Usually they listen if you ask nicely, and I'm
perfectly willing to ask nicely. =D
Speaking for myself only.
for some helpful WMP info.
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"RiisPark" <RiisPark@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> How do I unregister this file?
> "RiisPark" wrote:
>> I keep getting this error message when I'm using the DVD Maker from
>> This problem was caused by Indeo« audio software, which was created by
>> Intel Corporation has informed Microsoft that this product is no longer
>> needed and can be disabled or uninstalled.
>> However, when I go to uninstall this program it is not listed. Any