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Almost certainly the answer to this is that you failed to uninstall the DIVX program properly. You'll need to check with the makers of the DIVX program you used on how to CORRECTLY uninstall their software. Most Mac software is uninstalled easily, but anything that messes with system infrastructure requires either a specific uninstaller or a specific uninstall procedure. The makers of the DIVX program you used will have that information.
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