(Solved) - Thumbnails issue(8 posts)
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The day you installed the Codec pack you messed up your system. The pack took over your system. With Windows7 that was really not required. If you really want to fix it, you have to reinstall the system or reset to a restore point or image from before you touched that codec pack.
I definitely avoid installing individual codecs for this very reason, the way we were forced to look for and install codecs back in Windows 95/98/XP days. I would rather install a player that had the codecs natively, or update a player I already had. VLC media player seems to have many of the codecs. If I end up getting a file that asks for a codec I don't have, I will just delete that media file. It is not worth the risk.
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