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    Default Scramble for security

    I've been using 4 security programs in my windows
    hope that's something not bad, but still, i can't solve the problem in my H: Drive


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    Default Re: Scramble for security

    and what is the problem with your H:\ drive?

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    Default Re: Scramble for security

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    and what is the problem with your H:\ drive?
    Here it is

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    Default Re: Scramble for security

    Try this:


    go to your system32 directory and search for the file lmpgspl.ax and rename it to 1lmpgspl.ax
    If you have any Nero installed http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...-c22df5db1950/

    If none of them works, try reinstalling all video converters and media players.

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    Default Re: Scramble for security

    Does security software's slow down our PC?

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