Explorer Windows crashes when I start my computer Vista


I suffer from a problem occurred near the window when I start my computer,.
always, it comes out an error message and seems to crash.

Problem event name: Appcrash
App name: Explorer.exe
Version: 6.0.6001.18164
time stamp: 4907e242
fault module name: MpegSplitter.ax
fault module version:
fault module timestamp: 46dc161d
exception code: c0000094
exception offset: 000249eb
OS version: 6.0.6001.
Locale ID: 3076
information additional 01:40 d 4
more information 2: 4062ad41ec8067256aa4c5e2b56d3c79
other information 03:40 d 4
additional information 4: 4062ad41ec8067256aa4c5e2b56d3c79

could someone here can help me solve the problem?

The MpegSplitter.ax is a codec file. If you have recently downloaded/installed a codec pack (or a program which included this codec), uninstall it. A quick Google for "MpegSplitter.ax" brought a lot of links, but this one has very detailed troubleshooting steps:

http://forums.techguy.org/multimedia/806709-mpegsplitter-AX-problem.html MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - don't panic!

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