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Mixer.exe

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Anonymous
January 24, 2005 10:01:07 AM

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Today, I see for the first time an icon named "mixer" on the left lower
corner of the screen, just beside the Start button. If I left click or right
click on it no reaction, no way to make it disappear. My OS is Windows XP
home. I have been told that although mixer.exe is part of Windows media,
some hackers might use it to infiltrate your machine. Is there some security
concern since it appeared only today? I went to regedit and was close to
delete it until I thought it might screw the sound process up. Thanks for
your input

J-Louis

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Anonymous
January 24, 2005 11:38:59 AM

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Update your C-Media sound card drivers. (www.cmedia.com.tw)

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~john aka: jopa



"jlbelard" <jlbelard@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> Today, I see for the first time an icon named "mixer" on the left lower
> corner of the screen, just beside the Start button. If I left click or
> right
> click on it no reaction, no way to make it disappear. My OS is Windows XP
> home. I have been told that although mixer.exe is part of Windows media,
> some hackers might use it to infiltrate your machine. Is there some
> security
> concern since it appeared only today? I went to regedit and was close to
> delete it until I thought it might screw the sound process up. Thanks for
> your input
>
> J-Louis
>
>
>
!