|DivX is a legitimate program but I have come across instances where it has slowed down machines & their 'help' is useless. The way I've gone about it is to start Task Manager and stop any Divx processes - usually there's only one called DIVXupdate.exe. Try uninstalling from Control Panel again. If still no joy, then go into Program Files and delete the Divx folder. You then need to use something like CCleaner or Revo Uninstaller to do a cleanup and remove any old registry settings that point to the deleted folder. Bit of a sledgehammer method, but it works.|
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