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One day it worked and the next day it didn't. It isn't that I've been really busy as much as that I've been preoccupied with personal things that I haven't shared -- like the fact that I'm trying to become debt Accessing the guide from live tv takes several seconds to load and runs incredibly slow once accessed (occasionally to the point of skipping the live tv feed playing in the background.) It's really undermining my wife's confidence in Media Center. http://nanextechnologies.com/media-center/media-center-solitaire-powertoy-for-windows-xp-media-center-edition-mar-6.html

If you are not comfortable making changes to your system or the Windows system registry, then please do not do so. You can disable the throttle entirely by setting the following Windows registry key: Key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\MultiMedia\SystemProfile Name NetworkThrottlingIndex Value 4,294,967,295 (0xffffffff in hex) Applies To Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, If it is, the file does not exist at the specified ... I have not closed the loop on this yet but I am now confident that fixing the cooling or replacing the graphics card will solve my problem.Click to expand...

I could watch HD TV just fine through my tuner card (Avermedia M780) but couldn't play recorded HD programing without terrible video playback. The pictures are scanned pictures from an older (not digital) camera. I am wondering if windows did some update which might be causing this issue Ben Drawbaugh says: June 1, 2010 at 8:13 am Yep, those were the same problems I was

Sometimes this can cause problems too. Version 1.32 has been used for many the examples in the wiki, so beware that some of the options may be expanded or look different than various screen shots. My System Specs AngelProcesser View Public Profile Find More Posts by AngelProcesser 05 Dec 2009 #6 Usotsuki Windows 6 Home Premium 64 bit 1 posts I just installed VistaUser42, Oct 24, 2010 #1 VistaUser42 Thread Starter Joined: Nov 12, 2007 Messages: 22 I figured out the solution to my problem.

I'm not interested in running it through that computer... Now you should be able to move all the content of the hidden folder C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\eHome\ to a safe place. (you'll need the contents later to restore your scheduled recordings. All rights reserved.
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Have you figured out a way around the low volume issue on the Xbox? I noted the values from the initial system setup and the values after it was run again. If you do not see this folder, enable showing hidden files as follows: Click on the “Organise” button in the bar at the top of the window. Luckily Windows 7 Media Center is pretty easy to reset and get back to where you were -- sans the bad parts.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://wiki.mediacentermaster.com/index.php?title=Performance_Tweaks Wow, that is hot! Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. When media center is running the entire computer is very slow.

Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... http://nanextechnologies.com/media-center/media-center-pc.html And remember, if trying these things don't work, just remember the next best (although totally irritating!) solution - reinstall. Copy and paste the following line into the address bar in the 'Computer' window, then press Enter:  %ProgramData%\IceTV\Interactive\3.0 Delete all the files in the '3.0' folder but not the folder named 'cache'. Nice feature as long as you have a fast internet connection - faster than 768 down).

We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Your cache administrator is webmaster. http://nanextechnologies.com/media-center/best-media-center-pc.html They do not give any specific error message.

Did the trick after I tried about ten other ways of doing it. I press the remote button and then it takes a few seconds to show up. Use this setting to substantially increase the amount of memory reserved for file system caching.

Advertisement VistaUser42 Thread Starter Joined: Nov 12, 2007 Messages: 22 I am running Windows 7 with Media Center.

I heard Win7 fixed those problems so I bought a Samsung 1 TB Ecogreen drive (5400 RPM) and did a fresh install. Start by stopping all the Media Center services like Media Extender Service and Windows Media Center Receiver Service. Please try the request again. First close the IceTV Interactive program: Right-click on the little blue IceTV icon in the Windows Tool Tray, at the bottom right of the desktop next to clock, then left-click on

I was running media center on vista perfectly, but this new 7 version lags My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Slimline OS Windows 7 Ultimate CPU AMD Athlon 64 X2 I assume that this method will still keep the installation the same as far as old DRM'd content goes? Windows 7: media center, slow 08 Jun 2009 #1 nickolp 7 2 posts media center, slow installed x64 win7 on my desktop specs: [email protected] ghz 4gb 1066 ram get redirected here Both comments and pings are currently closed. 9 Responses to "How to reset Windows 7 Media Center" Zatz says: May 30, 2010 at 9:34 pm Sounds like you've got your priorities

Why is it running so slow and what can I do to fix it? Cheers!