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Anonymous
June 11, 2004 12:47:00 PM

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Okay, this is ridiculas I bought this windows media center
edition computer for the one reason that it had a TV tuner
to watch TV. One week into having it I decide to update
my video card and all of a sudden I get files are corrupt
errors when trying to view live tv. I have never found
ways to get this fixed so I can watch TV again. I want
someone from Microsoft to send me some files to fix this
please I feel like there's no help for this issue yet I've
seen tons of people with the same problem. I have ATI
all in one radeon 9000 I think. But I need some
solutions if anyone can help me. Thanks

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Anonymous
June 11, 2004 2:54:40 PM

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Did you read the solutions to their problems? Your OEM supports XP Media
Center edition, not Microsoft. You need to reinstall the MPEG-2/DVD decoder
that was included with your machines. If you don't have it, ask your OEM.

--
Chris Lanier
Microsoft MVP - Digital Media
---
"Trever" <Yizee20@Yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1b41901c44fcb$55687140$a501280a@phx.gbl...
> Okay, this is ridiculas I bought this windows media center
> edition computer for the one reason that it had a TV tuner
> to watch TV. One week into having it I decide to update
> my video card and all of a sudden I get files are corrupt
> errors when trying to view live tv. I have never found
> ways to get this fixed so I can watch TV again. I want
> someone from Microsoft to send me some files to fix this
> please I feel like there's no help for this issue yet I've
> seen tons of people with the same problem. I have ATI
> all in one radeon 9000 I think. But I need some
> solutions if anyone can help me. Thanks
Anonymous
June 11, 2004 2:54:41 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

There's a CD that came with the dell computer that has DVD
software on it and I assume thats what your talking
about. I reinstalled that as well as the video card
drivers included on the CD nothing fixes it. I noticed
when I inserted the CD that reinstalls the computer they
had an option to reinstall the system but keep your
programs or something. My question is can I choose that
option will it save all the movies and stuff I have on my
computer?
>-----Original Message-----
>Did you read the solutions to their problems? Your OEM
supports XP Media
>Center edition, not Microsoft. You need to reinstall the
MPEG-2/DVD decoder
>that was included with your machines. If you don't have
it, ask your OEM.
>
>--
>Chris Lanier
>Microsoft MVP - Digital Media
>---
>"Trever" <Yizee20@Yahoo.com> wrote in message
>news:1b41901c44fcb$55687140$a501280a@phx.gbl...
>> Okay, this is ridiculas I bought this windows media
center
>> edition computer for the one reason that it had a TV
tuner
>> to watch TV. One week into having it I decide to
update
>> my video card and all of a sudden I get files are
corrupt
>> errors when trying to view live tv. I have never found
>> ways to get this fixed so I can watch TV again. I want
>> someone from Microsoft to send me some files to fix this
>> please I feel like there's no help for this issue yet
I've
>> seen tons of people with the same problem. I have ATI
>> all in one radeon 9000 I think. But I need some
>> solutions if anyone can help me. Thanks
>
>
>.
>
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Anonymous
June 11, 2004 3:10:52 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

I couldn't tell you, I've never used the recovery software include with any
of my PC's. Again, best bet is to ask the people who support your computer
(i.e whoever you purchased it from)

--
Chris Lanier
Microsoft MVP - Digital Media
---
"Trever" <Yizee20@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1b56101c44fce$0b0c28a0$a401280a@phx.gbl...
> There's a CD that came with the dell computer that has DVD
> software on it and I assume thats what your talking
> about. I reinstalled that as well as the video card
> drivers included on the CD nothing fixes it. I noticed
> when I inserted the CD that reinstalls the computer they
> had an option to reinstall the system but keep your
> programs or something. My question is can I choose that
> option will it save all the movies and stuff I have on my
> computer?
> >-----Original Message-----
> >Did you read the solutions to their problems? Your OEM
> supports XP Media
> >Center edition, not Microsoft. You need to reinstall the
> MPEG-2/DVD decoder
> >that was included with your machines. If you don't have
> it, ask your OEM.
> >
> >--
> >Chris Lanier
> >Microsoft MVP - Digital Media
> >---
> >"Trever" <Yizee20@Yahoo.com> wrote in message
> >news:1b41901c44fcb$55687140$a501280a@phx.gbl...
> >> Okay, this is ridiculas I bought this windows media
> center
> >> edition computer for the one reason that it had a TV
> tuner
> >> to watch TV. One week into having it I decide to
> update
> >> my video card and all of a sudden I get files are
> corrupt
> >> errors when trying to view live tv. I have never found
> >> ways to get this fixed so I can watch TV again. I want
> >> someone from Microsoft to send me some files to fix this
> >> please I feel like there's no help for this issue yet
> I've
> >> seen tons of people with the same problem. I have ATI
> >> all in one radeon 9000 I think. But I need some
> >> solutions if anyone can help me. Thanks
> >
> >
> >.
> >
Anonymous
June 11, 2004 3:10:53 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

ALright thanks for your help I'll contact Dell and see if
they know anything


>-----Original Message-----
>I couldn't tell you, I've never used the recovery
software include with any
>of my PC's. Again, best bet is to ask the people who
support your computer
>(i.e whoever you purchased it from)
>
>--
>Chris Lanier
>Microsoft MVP - Digital Media
>---
>"Trever" <Yizee20@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>news:1b56101c44fce$0b0c28a0$a401280a@phx.gbl...
>> There's a CD that came with the dell computer that has
DVD
>> software on it and I assume thats what your talking
>> about. I reinstalled that as well as the video card
>> drivers included on the CD nothing fixes it. I noticed
>> when I inserted the CD that reinstalls the computer they
>> had an option to reinstall the system but keep your
>> programs or something. My question is can I choose
that
>> option will it save all the movies and stuff I have on
my
>> computer?
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >Did you read the solutions to their problems? Your OEM
>> supports XP Media
>> >Center edition, not Microsoft. You need to reinstall
the
>> MPEG-2/DVD decoder
>> >that was included with your machines. If you don't
have
>> it, ask your OEM.
>> >
>> >--
>> >Chris Lanier
>> >Microsoft MVP - Digital Media
>> >---
>> >"Trever" <Yizee20@Yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> >news:1b41901c44fcb$55687140$a501280a@phx.gbl...
>> >> Okay, this is ridiculas I bought this windows media
>> center
>> >> edition computer for the one reason that it had a TV
>> tuner
>> >> to watch TV. One week into having it I decide to
>> update
>> >> my video card and all of a sudden I get files are
>> corrupt
>> >> errors when trying to view live tv. I have never
found
>> >> ways to get this fixed so I can watch TV again. I
want
>> >> someone from Microsoft to send me some files to fix
this
>> >> please I feel like there's no help for this issue yet
>> I've
>> >> seen tons of people with the same problem. I have
ATI
>> >> all in one radeon 9000 I think. But I need some
>> >> solutions if anyone can help me. Thanks
>> >
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>
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