CAN I GET HD CHANNELS IN WMC 7 Tags: Media Center WinTV HD Windows 7 Last response: December 28, 2009 11:47 PM in Windows 7 Share cscdmc1 December 28, 2009 7:04:10 PM I am using the "The WinTV-HVR-2250". I can not get Windows Media Center to find/load all of the HD signal allowable to my area. The software which came with the tuner card picks up these stations fine. More about : channels wmc Jonmor68 a b $ Windows 7 December 28, 2009 11:47:59 PM Have you tried running Media Center, Settings, TV, TV Signal Scan for more channels or setup signal? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Watch Clear QAM Channels using WMC Forum WMC does not detect all the channels that set top box displays Forum Solvedbudget HTPC running WMC to record from Silicondust HD Homerun Forum Windows 7 media center tv tuner - no HD channels Forum HD 4850 pale grey vertical lines in WMC/WMV video Forum SolvedIs the MSI 970 GAMING Socket AM3+ 7.1-Channel HD Audio ATX Motherboard any good? Forum Windows 7 WMC HDTV tuner card encrypted basic cable support Forum Moving - Suggestions on how to network/setup multi-room WMC7 Forum Solvedhow do I get hd channels to work on my new westinghouse dw39f1y1 without a cable box? Forum SolvedStereo vs front left & right channels from 5.1/7.1 Forum Solvedi7-3770k memory channels Forum can i watch polaroid hd tv freeview channels through sony dvatz140 5.1 dvd home cinema system Forum Samsung HD channels not working Forum SolvedInstall win 7 on new HD Forum Drop in volume in hd channels through home theater system Forum Solvedwhich is better i7-4770 or i7-4790and is i7-4790 compatible with gigabyte h87-hd3 motherboard Forum SolvedAMD A-Series A10-7850K + XFX R7 250 + Sapphire HD 7770 Vapor-X??? Forum SolvedR7 265 and hd6450 in the same system?? Forum SolvedHD 4890 upgrade needed with i7 920 Forum Solvedradeon r7 260x 2gb ddr5 oc or radeon hd7770 1gb ddr5 ghz edtition vapor-x Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !