The K-Lite codec is a video codec pack that ensures video compatibility with third-party video players (like Media Player Classic). This video codec is easily downloaded, but because it is not installed the same way a normal program is, it can be difficult to uninstall. Fortunately, by using the command prompt instead of the usual "Add/Remove Programs" utility you can uninstall the K-Lite Codec in a quick and efficient manner.
Open the "Start" menu and select "Run." A dialog box will pop up.
Type "C:\Program Files\K-Lite Codec Pack\unins000.exe" into the "Run" dialog box and then press "OK". The dialog box will disappear and a new window will open.
Follow the prompts to remove all components of the K-Lite Codec. Once the process has finished, restart your computer to clear all files from the cache and complete the uninstallation.
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