I have removed all existing codecs / Multimedia Players even Windows Media Player 10 to check if there is any conflict but error is still there. Tried different Registry Fixer Tools but
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Run regedit and find the following key :
>Delete the "Default" string value then close. You should now be able to see .avi previews almost instantly but without the crashes.
>Or, if that dows not fix it, open a command prompt and type:
regsvr32 /u shmedia.dll
>and hit "Enter" to unregister media preview from Windows Explorer.
>Re-register it, if you want media preview back, with
>If the .avi file is a DIVX .avi movie, you may want to download the
>new DIVX codec and then, re-register media preview.
>As always, check for Spyware (Spybot or Adaware) & viruses (Norton).
>Hope this helps! BeatnikJim firstname.lastname@example.org
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