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Windows Medai Codec is Corrupt


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#1 mizzou030303

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 07:19 PM

I believe I have a trojan or some kind of spyware, when I start my PC my screen saver will not load up and in the bottom right corner next to the time I have a red circle with a white X that says "Fatal Error! The media system on your computer is corrupt. Update your video codec immediately to resolve the issue. "

If I double click on it then it trys to open to the web using "G5readericon45g.exe" and will go to a site "http://wincodec.net/?id=8" and this of course asks you to pay for a video codec. I have downloaded windows media player 11 which says it has all the needed codecs but this did not resolve the issue. I have also tried to do a system restore and that did not work either. I have also noticed that I can not access task manager and I have no programs listed under add/remove programs named wincodec or anything simliar to remove.

If anyone has experienced anything like this or knows how to remove it please advise, thanks!

Edited by The weatherman, 03 November 2009 - 07:23 PM.
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