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Whenever I open up the Media Center, then go to 'TV Set Up', I get an error box indicating that 'Media Center is unable to open tv manager because a TV View 2 AnswersView Related Recorded TV Has White Diagonal Lines In Windows 7 X64 Windows Media Center Dec 31, 2010 I have a weird problem in Windows 7 Professional x64. I can burn one 30-minute program to a video DVD, but not two (or three). Stick a blank DVD (or CD) in your DVD drive. my review here

OS Vista Ultimate 64 Reply With Quote New 22 Jun 2010 #27 Clay View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date : May 2008 The OC, California View 3 AnswersView Related Question Scheduling "TV Archive" In Windows Media Center Oct 8, 2010 Looks like a great resource of information! Maybe Windows Media Player has an option for this too. View 1 AnswersView Related Apps :: Media Center TV Recording Problem Oct 17, 2009 I tried recording a couple of shows while I wasn't home. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-pictures/recorded-tv-wont-play-in-media-center-or-media/cc19cd61-2454-4a63-b44b-ace923b23a03

There is still the problem of having to fast-forward the run-in and commercials but for a one time review on my TV this is not really a problem. It has a nvidia geforce go5200 display card. 1) Vista hangs whenever a screen saver other than the default one runs. View 5 AnswersView Related Apps :: Media Center Guide Out Of Sync Aug 13, 2008 Interesting issue, just changed over from windows media centre 2005 to Windows Vista Home Premium and

Also could anyone tell me why windows media center would even attempt to open. XP Pro x64 SP3. Can the library view be changed from tile to thumbnail? Local Time: 08:46 Re: Media Center will no longer burn recorded TV shows to video DVD Hello Clay, Can you tell me the file size of the TV shows, and

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are maxwellmelonJan 11, 2014, 1:59 PM not an expert but it may be because it is a data disk. Maybe your players support only DVD-R and you're burning to DVD+R disks? Local Time: 08:46 Re: Media Center will no longer burn recorded TV shows to video DVD I have to say, I'm impressed with your patience on this issue, most would

I have a full recap of the details a few messages back, in case you haven't been following the thread. What other options do you see apart from "as data"?Auio CD is the only other burn option on the menu Best answer aevmJan 11, 2014, 2:29 PM OK, try making the I have the K-lite codec pack and all that. So my next approach will be to convert the DVR-MS source files to MPG files first, then burn a video DVD with something other than Media Center.

Windows Media Center is the best method for burning WTV files to a DVD. Secondly, now that I've done my brown nosing, Whenever I play Guild Wars and exit the game I get the following error. View 2 AnswersView Related Recorded TV Has White Diagonal Lines In Windows 7 X64 Windows Media Center Dec 31, 2010 I have a weird problem in Windows 7 Professional x64. It can also be saved as a .mp4 file but this also cannot be read by any DVD players.

View 2 AnswersView Related Apps :: Media Center Fails To Play BBC TV Stations Sep 4, 2014 I have a WinFast USB TV dongle which until last month played all TV http://img4skype.com/media-center/media-center-extender.html Windows media player won't play a DVD solved How do I format a DVD-R or DVD+R or DVD-RW for play back in my dvd player? No direct error messages shown. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

It does give me a good idea, which is to take some AVI files and see if I can get the Windows DVD Maker to burn a video DVD from them. View 1 AnswersView Related BSOD & Debug :: Computer Keeps Crashing When Using Media Center Extender Mar 30, 2015 I have a computer I use for media, mostly it is just View 2 AnswersView Related Apps :: Media Center TV Recording Problem Oct 17, 2009 I tried recording a couple of shows while I wasn't home. get redirected here OS Vista Ultimate 64 Reply With Quote New 22 Jun 2010 #26 Clay View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date : May 2008 The OC, California

I'm not likely to buy the converter when I don't even know whether it will fix my problem. On future DVD's, you could create the folder yourself on the hdd, put the vob/bup/ifo files in it, then save that as data. View 3 AnswersView Related Hardware&Drivers :: Microsoft Remote Keyboard For WIndows XP Media Center Edition 1044 Feb 15, 2008 My brother gave me just the keyboard.

Within the Media Center application there is an option to archive your TV recordings to WHS.

If I watch Live TV it looks terrific. Within the Media Center application there is an option to archive your TV recordings to WHS. I have a Dell XPS 410 w/ Intel Core 2 6600 @2.4 GHz, 2 X 500 GB HD and 4 GB RAM. Can I add that folder somehow?

OS Vista Ultimate 64 Reply With Quote New 23 Jun 2010 #28 stoneys-nutz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Gamerholic Join Date : Apr 2008 Wale's Posts : 2,685 Choose Start→All Programs→Windows Media Center. I hope you stick around to help others. useful reference View 9 AnswersView Related Apps :: Media Center Guide Out Of Sync Aug 13, 2008 Interesting issue, just changed over from windows media centre 2005 to Windows Vista Home Premium and

I was originally using Verbatim and Memorex DVD+R media, but every time the burn failed, it destroyed the disk. Media Center wants to know where it should look for files to burn. View 1 AnswersView Related Apps :: Media Center Fails To Play BBC TV Stations Sep 4, 2014 I have a WinFast USB TV dongle which until last month played all TV So after converting to MPG files, I can now burn six 30-minute shows to a data DVD.

On my other system, desktop running XP, these items run no problem in MCE. aevmJan 11, 2014, 2:16 PM Well, not on the DVD's you've already burned, of course. The error only occurs when I play Guild Wars all my other games work fine.