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what is VID:IV32?
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VIDS:IV32 is the Intel indeo Video R3.2 Codec, it's included with Win95.  Is needed to properly play AVI files.  If the file is corrput or missing, you will see the above error message.  You can go into Add/Remove programs>Windows setup>Multimedia and uncheck the Video compression then OK to remove the components, and check it again to reinstall it.
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