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Intel(R) Sebring API - What is it?

by Lluraeden / July 7, 2010 4:00 AM PDT

Hello everyone, I was just going through my Add or Remove window on Windows XP, and I found this program taking up more than 4 gigs of space. This is not my main computer, so it's not critical that it work, but before I uninstall this I wanted to know exactly what will break. I've googled it, but the most information I can glean is that it has to do with wireless internet. Can somebody tell me in very simple terms: what will break if I delete the sebring api? I only use use this computer for casual gaming, so if it doesn't effect this I don't want it taking up my space. Thanks for the help,
Lluraeden

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Do you have wireless?
by Coryphaeus / July 7, 2010 10:49 PM PDT
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laptop with unnecessary wifi
by Lluraeden / July 7, 2010 11:39 PM PDT
In reply to: Do you have wireless?

it's a laptop, and it does have wifi, but I am never going to use it, as it's not my primary computer.

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Then uninstall it.
by Coryphaeus / July 8, 2010 12:50 AM PDT

If this is a Levono PC that program will be in the C:\SWTOOLS folder. You can reinstall it if you need to.

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