Windows Media Center does not work on both my XP and Vista computer. The two events lastnight
Windows Media Center does not work on both my XP and Vista computer. The two events lastnight
For someone to really help him, it is important to give as much information as possible.
You say "my computer XP and Vista" are this one computer dual boot with XP and Vista, or is - the two computers 'single '?
If it happened "yesterday" did you updated anything or whatever installed?
Having only happened yesterday have you tried a "System Restore" to see if this corrects the problem?
What TV card are you using and have you verified that this works correctly?
If you get not a photo is the antenna in place properly?
Do you get any error messages? More information, you can provide more someone will be able to help John Barnett MVP: Associate Expert Windows XP: Windows Desktop Experience: Web: http://www.winuser.co.uk ; Web: http://xphelpandsupport.mvps.org ; Web: http://vistasupport.mvps.org ;
* Original title: Windows Media Center
Downloaded 10 hated windows he returned to windows 7
Now, windows media Center does not work correctly. Very slow to do anything whatsoever at all, let alone play music
Any suggestions please
Try to uninstall, reboot, reinstall, restart WMC according to the http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/26107/how-to-reinstall-windows-media-player-in-windows-7-to-solve-problems/ article is for WMPlayer but just to check the entry of WMCentre instead.
If that doesn't help, try a SFC/scannow and see if it detects and corrects something - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/929833
After you activate Windows Home Server media sharing, I went to my 64 bit Windows 7 machines and tried to launch Windows Media Center. After you run through the configuration of the connector of WMC, reboot, and then clicking Windows Media Center, I get:
"Windows Media Center has stopped working".
He said that it is looking for a solution, but after a few seconds, he goes and does not return.
I never have a chance to fix anything, or even see if it connects or not.
Any ideas?HelloReinstall the WMC and should resolve in most cases.1 open the control panel-> programs and features.2. click on Turn Windows features on or off in the left pane.3 expand the multimedia functionality, turn off Windows Media Center. Click Yes to continue, and then click OK to exit. Then restart.4. open features Turn Windows turn on or off again. Functionality in Windows Media Center. Restart the computer.5. launch Windows Media Center, initialize the program.$C
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I have just Setup Remote Desktop on my local server and connected my laptop... whew that was a task in itself!
Server - Windows 7 Ultimate w/Media Center installed
Laptop - Windows 8 Pro w/Media Center installed
I am able to run the Windows Media PLAYER on the remote desktop, and it seems to work fine after that I added the libraries to it.
When I run Windows Media CENTER I get a message that "Windows Media Center has stopped working... Windows is checking for a solution to the problem. "The message goes away and that's it.
Anyone got any ideas on how I can get the WMC to operate on remote desktop?
Not very well why this would be considered as a matter of "ITPro.
It's probably debatable that MS really intended for MC to be used via RDP, I'm not sure they believed that the feature has been used very well at all judging by what they were doing in Windows 8
However, there are two possibilities on the cause of this. An update of the RDP client can be the culprit, but it is not always a good idea to block any update.
You can also the following reg key
added needs of the user group have included in its read access permissions. You can also use the run as Administrator option when you start Media Center.
I can't get windows media center to work
Try this troubleshooting:
I can't enter the Media Center, but I can't run live TV.
I have a Qosmio F30 - 112, with Windows Vista 32 - bit
Sorry, but it's a bad way to report a problem. Description of your problem a single sentence isn't going to help a lot to understand what the problem is here. Can you offer more information please?
TV tuner is installed correctly?
Some unknown device is listed in Device Manager?
What antenna do you use? Is - this cable TV or what?
Have you tried to scan channels on MCE?
Thanks to succinct report to us and let us know what you have tried to solve this problem.
Had to format drive (trojan) & reinstall Windows XP home. Now Windows media player does not work as no DVD driver download from Toshiba site?
Usually the Windows media Player is not able to read DVD movies IF no plugins were installed.
To watch DVDs, you can use programs such as WinDVD or PowerDVD.
These programs are designed for the DVD play!
But you can also visit the Microsoft Web site and search plug-ins for Windows Media player.
Then you can download and install to play a DVD with WMP
Can someone help me?
My easy key of Windows media player does not work and I have installed the package of value added. I don't know what's wrong all the other buttons seem to work well.
When the VAP is installed this button should be enabled to start Windows media player by default.
In any case, you can test the functionality if you set it to start another application.
Configuration tool buttons you will find under:
Toshiba Assist (shortcut on the desktop) > Optimize > Toshiba Button support.
After a computer crash, I reinstalled Windows XP, but Windows Media Player does not work. I don't have reinstall all disks. Will install tools software system Dell, Sonic RecordNow, Sound Blaster Live, or CyberLink Power DVD play cd possible? Thank you.original title: Media Player
1. What is the exact error message or error code when you try to open Windows Media Player?
2. what version of Windows Media Player?
3. What is the issue you are experiencing during playback of the CD?
I suggest you follow the Microsoft article reference and check if it helps.
Troubleshooting playback in the Windows Media Player for Windows XP: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306317
Resources for the resolution of problems in Windows Media Player: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/843509
I recommend you to install the software provided by Dell disk and check if it makes a difference.
Note : using third-party software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the use of third-party software can be solved. Software using third party is at your own risk.
Windows Media Player does not work when I go on Google Chrome on WebPagers in Google Chrome please help me
1 What is this problem occurs with the Google chrome or windows media player?
2 are you able to play another song from Player Windows Media outside the Google Chrome?
3. have you made changes on your computer?
4. have you received an error message?
I suggest you to follow the steps and check.
the sound has stopped working and Windows Media Player does not work.
Click on the link below. Enter your product number as that indicated on the Service tag on the bottom of the laptop (can be under the battery). You can also get the product number by pressing Fn + ESC key. After you enter the PN, click Next, then choose the software & Drivers.On the next page use the menu drop down to select your (probably Windows 7 64-bit) operating system. A list will fill with the drivers. Download & save the last Audio driver.
Go into the Control Panel, programs & features - software uninstall IDT. Reboot the laptop and install using the downloaded file.
Planning to record a program, but sometimes lapsed time up to the point where it does not record. I am running Windows 7 Home. Yes, I checked preferences but which differs only up to 15 minutes max. I have reinstalled twice already. Why please?
(1) did you make any changes before the show?
(2) what is the brand and model of the computer?
Windows Media Center records the first home run HD programs or any which TV tuner installed. However, you may need to follow a few rules.
-If you turn off your computer, Windows Media Center does not have a regular program. The computer must be turned on or "standby mode" to record a television show. The computer will not automatically in standby mode if Windows Media Center is open.
-Make sure that you turn off the screen and lower or turn off the sound if you have one at the request of a record in the middle of the night and don't want to be disturbed.
-Your scheduled recording may not save in the following situation: schedule you a recording in Windows Media Center to start in less than ten minutes, close Windows Media Center and put your computer into standby or hibernation mode immediately. Use or one of the following options to save your record programmed:a. do not close Windows Media Center before you put your computer on standby or hibernation.
b. after having programmed a recording, wait a minute before you put the computer in standby or hibernation.
I would have you refer to the article below:
Why my TV did not show record in Windows Media Center?
Please let us know if that helps.
My windows media player does not automatically recognize when a disc is placed in the disc drive. I have to put the disc in the disc drive, and then close windows media player, with the disc in the disc drive already, then re-open windows media player. Reopened WMP with the disc in the disc drive, it recognizes the disc in the drive. It then functions well until I need to change the disk at this time I have to start the reboot stop of WMP. This problem has not allways exists just started a few months ago. Thanks for any helpful information.
Your CD or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other programs
When you insert a CD or a DVD, Windows Vista may not recognize the disc
The cd I burned using windows media center will not play in my car. Says "bad CD". But he does not play in my cd player. I don't understand??
Thanks for your comments. Unfortunately, I had already done what you suggested before asking for help. It darn anyway :-( But thanks again
Just to make sure there is a CD... check Audio (music) the
Directory by going to start / computer or click
the drive the drive letter. File extensions
see you on the CD should be .cda
Could be a total waste of time, but I think I'll try
burn an Audio CD (music) with the following free software
just to see if it might work.
(works on XP, Vista, 7)
CDBurnerXP to make Audio disc
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Windows Media Center will not run.
Using Windows 8.0 Pro with Media Center
Name of the failing application: ehshell.exe, version: 6.2.9200.16384, time stamp: 0x50109c45
Name of the failed module: KERNELBASE.dll, version: 6.2.9200.16864, time stamp: 0x531d34d8
Exception code: 0xe0434352
ID of the process failed: 0 x 318
Start time of application vulnerabilities: 0x01d041a3b75a3eb4
The failing application path: C:\Windows\ehome\ehshell.exe
Path of the failing module: C:\Windows\system32\KERNELBASE.dll
Report ID: f6eacea1-ad96-11e4-be9e-681729142589
Faulting full name of the package:
ID of the failed package-parent application:
Version of the Framework: v4.0.30319
Description: The process was completed due to an unhandled exception.
Exception details: System.InvalidOperationException
at Microsoft.MediaCenter.Store.ObjectStore.Open (System.String, System.String, System.String, System.Reflection.Assembly, Boolean)
at Microsoft.MediaCenter.Store.ObjectStore.Open (System.String, System.String, System.String, Boolean)
at ServiceBus.UIFramework.UserControlPoint.Launch (System.String)
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Tried the following with no results:
SFC/scannow (no error)
-Enable Windows features and disable.
-WMC disabled WMC, restart, turned his back on back
-Turned .net framework, stop, reboot, turned their backs
-Re-record files associated with Windows Media center.
-Windows Media Player DVD - No problem
-Windows Media Player Library-corrupt-fixed
-Windows Media Player settings-fixed
-Rebuild the Media Center data store.
-%SystemDrive%\ProgramData\Microsoft\eHome\mediaCenterDataStore.DB (the file does not exist)
-Ran as administrator
This error points to the mcstoredb.dll which can indicate a corruption of the data bank:
GIS . Name = Signature of the 04 problem
GIS . Value =mcstoredb
Try the following method 2 in the MS article to rename the mcepg2 - 0.db and other file with extension .db in the folder C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\eHome to rebuild the Media Center data store.
Article is for Windows 7, but should also work for Windows 8.
You may have to restart the computer later,
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