That's not going to do anything positive. Uninstalling codecs has always
been a headache in Windows, and putting in a random collection of codecs
that stomps on other *working* codecs is just a bad plan all around.
Codec packs remain horrible. You are always better served by simply find
the specific codec you need and getting it direct from the vendor, ensuring
you get the latest and (or?) best version of that codec.
Sorry: I work in this field, and codec packs are pretty much the number one
source of problems. If we all just walk quietly away from them, things
would run a lot smoother. =\
Speaking for myself only.
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"Uponthis" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> How about a codec package for Vista to help you a little more?
> "Ash" wrote:
>> I was wondering how I can change the audio codec priority in Windows
>> In Windows XP this could be done using Control Panel, as you could look
>> the properties of the device "Audio Codecs" and see a list installed on
>> system and adjust priority easily. There does not seem to be a way to do
>> this in Vista.
>> I desperately need to change audio codec priority as some programs such
>> Nero Vision and Adobe Premiere seem to only want to list the first few
>> codecs and will not show up special codecs (e.g. Lame MP3) unless the
>> priority is high enough.
>> I hope someone can help.
>> Many thanks