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Open the start menu an search for "MSINFO32," click the icon in the search results to open the System Information window. In the navigation pane on the left, go to Components -> Multimedia -> Audio/Video Codecs. The pane on the right will show you which codecs are installed on your computer along with their size, location, manufacturer, creation date, and ...


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To find the DLL's location, download and run Sysinternal's Process Explorer. It is essentially a more feature-rich version of Task Manager. Whilst running CamStudio open up Process Explorer. In Process Explorer, click Find -> Find Handle or DLL -> type in the name of your DLL. If you don't know the exact name of the DLL you could make a reasonable guess ...


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In the event someone has a similar issue ... As it turns out the problem was related to digital certificates on the server(s). On the production box, the certificate name matches the DNS name. On the test boxes, it did not. (The test servers each host a number of test web sites.) So you'd get a certificate ("name mismatch") warning. BUT after ...


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As Sathya said, it is probably a trick to get you to download a trojan/virus/other malware. However, there are certain ways to encrypt perfectly legitimate and normal videos with DRM licensing. This allows people to share the file all they want, but only those with a proper license are able to decrypt and view it. That said, the OP was not clear on some ...



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