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If everyone recalls way back when you had to have 7.1 encoder installed

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Old September 22nd 03, 08:05 AM
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Default If everyone recalls way back when you had to have 7.1 encoder installed

Is this still nessasary? And it has a start up agent that loads various dll's at startup. Could this be one of those unforseen
things, where most people streamline their startup menu and when this is disabled, it affects capture?

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