{00000162-9980-0010-8000-00AA00389B71} ???

  Gaz 25 18:18 10 Jul 03
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Is this Active X safe?

I dont know what it is for, nor manufactured by, and it will not let me remove as it is in use.

Odd, even with IE Closed. I run Adware and Spybot but they do not complain.

  Steven135 18:25 10 Jul 03

I don't think that the string of numbers will mean very much to anyone (may be wrong if you are/have been running an up to date AV and Fire wall its nothing to worry about.

  spikeychris 18:31 10 Jul 03

Do you have Media player 9?

  Gaz 25 18:34 10 Jul 03

This may suggest more:

Code base: http :// codecs.microsoft .com/codecs/i386/ wma9dmo.cab

But version: 0,0,0,1

Description: <unknown>

Company: <unknown>

Language: <unknown>

Copyright: <unknown>

WMA9DMO.dll - 1 file.

4Kb


Staus: <unknwon>

Created: None

Last acceses: None

Any ideas? Run AV, fully updated.

  Gaz 25 18:34 10 Jul 03

No Windows Media Player 8

  Gaz 25 19:08 10 Jul 03

Why?

  spikeychris 19:19 10 Jul 03

Because the end of your number post ie: 8000-00AA00389B71 fits almost all of the Media GUID values.

Chris

  Gaz 25 19:41 10 Jul 03

Must be then, but it doesnt do anything?

Remove or leave?

  Gaz 25 19:41 10 Jul 03

WMA9DMO.dll

  spikeychris 19:49 10 Jul 03

Well its up to you. If you want it to work leave it. Globally Unique identifiers are to make sure client side code is unmodifiable.

  graham√ 20:11 10 Jul 03

I agree with spikeychris.

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