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Forum: General Talk And Support 6th July 2009
Replies: 19
Views: 14,151
Posted By adicoto
I don't recal lexactly, but I may be close ;) ...

I don't recal lexactly, but I may be close ;)
Rightclick on the task bar -> properties -> taskbar -> and somwhere in here there should be a button for hiding or selecting which icon to display.
Forum: General Talk And Support 6th July 2009
Replies: 19
Views: 14,151
Posted By adicoto
You can use the option to hide the icon that is...

You can use the option to hide the icon that is built-in Windows. I am runing Windows Seven and currently it does not support DivX and can't test how to hide the icon.
Forum: General Talk And Support 6th July 2009
Replies: 19
Views: 14,151
Posted By adicoto
DivxSM.exe it's usually located in system32...

DivxSM.exe it's usually located in system32 folder too. You can delet the file with no regrets ;)
As for MKV, usually DivX it's not used in such a container.
No need for a printscreen anymore.
Forum: General Talk And Support 6th July 2009
Replies: 19
Views: 14,151
Posted By adicoto
Can you do a printscreen of the running tasks on...

Can you do a printscreen of the running tasks on your computer and post it here ?
Forum: General Talk And Support 6th July 2009
Replies: 19
Views: 14,151
Posted By adicoto
Open a file. If DivX logo appears, then...

Open a file. If DivX logo appears, then rigthclick -> options -> filters -> advanced and you will see there a DivX decoder. If you click on it, on the rigth you will find the file name and the path...
Forum: General Talk And Support 6th July 2009
Replies: 19
Views: 14,151
Posted By adicoto
Something is weird over there. OK, for the...

Something is weird over there.

OK, for the DivX decoder, probably there is another decoder that it's used (DivX 5.2 located in system32 folder ? ) and probably it's installed by a codec pack and...
Forum: General Talk And Support 6th July 2009
Replies: 19
Views: 14,151
Posted By adicoto
Do you use TV-out ? Is it possible that the video...

Do you use TV-out ? Is it possible that the video window remains on the secondary monitor ?
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