Getting Media Center to work with G630T Integrated Tags: Graphics Cards Graphics plbeatty88 August 19, 2012 12:27:30 AM I've never used media player before. I set it up remotely at my brothers house and I'm want to record and dropbox stuff to my house. I'm trying to setup digital cable and the advisor continues to tell me my graphics card or drivers doesn't support content protection. Without telling me anything else, I mine isn't what is? My current setup is: CPU-Intel G630T GPU-Intel HD Graphics HDD-Intel 520 180GB MOBO-ASRock Z77E-ITX OS-Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit PSU-Seasonic SS-300ES (300W Bronze) RAM-4GB DDR3 Also keep in mind that I haven't plugged in a monitor, it just sits by the router and I remote into it. If someone could shed some light onto this I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks. More about : media center work g630t integrated | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Graphics & Displays>Getting Media Center to work with G630T Integrated> Related ressources: ForumMedia Center + Work PC ($750) ForumAMD APU Trinity A10 for media center PC ForumSeeking Expert Advice For HTPC Build ForumMedia Center Build ForumCheap Ugrades for HP Media Center ForumCPU/Graphic Card choice for Media Center PC Forum" Media Center " Need help with spec ForumHas anyone cast away Cable/Sat for a Media Center PC? ForumIdeas? Big VGA inside small case for media center PC ForumNetbook as media center ForumWindows 7 Media Center Random Frrezes?!? Forummedia center pc ForumIntel 82954G Express and Windows Media Center ForumUpgrade my Media Center PC ForumUpgrading GTX460 ForumAny reason a GT610 won't work on XP ForumTrouble with GTX 660 ti ForumCard with warranty that wont void ForumWhat graphic cards is my system compatible with? ForumGigabyte 670 windforce 3x bios updates because "riddled with issues" More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !