=?Utf-8?Q?_MCE_2005_/_XP_PRO_SP2_-_=C3=A2=E2=82=AC=C5=93U?= =?Utf-8?Q?SB_Tuner_Compatibility=3F=C3=A2=E2=82=AC=C2=9D?=

windows media center

    Sponsored Links


  • 1. No signal to plasma TV
    I am using HP PC with HDMI out to a plasma tv with HDMI in and can't get the signal to go to the TV. Any ideas?
  • 2. Windows media Center
    is there any way to burn a recorded program from Windows Media Center to DVD? I have dazzle software. As much detail would be great. Thanks.
  • 3. Vista Windows Media Center & Comcast
    Hi, I'm trying to set up Media Center with Comcast using a Motorola DCH70 STB. I can do everything with the WMC remote except change channels. One odd thing is when I use the Xbox 360 extender and use the remote on my TV the guide/channels work fine with the remote. The IR sensor is correctly placed over the STB sensor, but it still won't allow me to change channels on the computer. Any ideas/solutions appreciated. Thanks!
  • 4. ODBC installer error
    I have been receiving an ODBC installer error that says the file on the disk is newer than the installation.I includes odbc32.dll,odbccp32.dll and odbcint.dll. What can I do to correct this? I have SP3 installed. -- John N
  • 5. Sound Recorder
    Microsoft Sound Recorder has developed static, actually more like ticking. I had used it previously with a microphone to copy some phone messages without any problem. I unplugged the microphone and recorded for a few seconds and it still does it. No other hardware has changed on my computer. I downloaded a shareware sound recorder and there's no static. I tried reinstalling Sound Recorder, but no change. Any ideas?

=?Utf-8?Q?Re:_MCE_2005_/_XP_PRO_SP2_-_=C3=A2=E2=82=AC=C5=93U?= =?Utf-8?Q?SB_Tuner_Compatibility=3F=C3=A2=E2=82=AC=C2=9D?=

Postby TWFydGlu » Sat, 10 Dec 2005 09:11:03 GMT

Your response was a little unclear as to whether the MCE unit will function 
with the other OS's. Both units have a remote and yes I noticed that the MCE 
units remote is a MCE transmitter/reciever. I guess the main issue then would 
be regarding the drivers and software.
I guess I should just purchase the "NoN" MCE version as 75% of my computers 
don't have MCE and I would be safer with this purchase unless you can tell me 
why I should go with the MCE unit.

Return to windows media center


Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 75 guest