Disk Full message after turning off Hyperthreading and turning it back on

Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by CEH News, Oct 25, 2004.

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    CEH News Guest

    So I was goofing around and caused myself a problem.

    I turned off the Hyperthreading in BIOS, to see how much slower my computer
    would operate.
    After turing it back on, Mediacenter will not play Live TV.
    It tells me the DISK IS FULL, (but it is not, and I deleted other TV

    I changed other TV Recording settings to see if that would help, but it did
    And I don't have 2 harddrives to chose from to trigger it to sense that the
    disk has room.
    So I turned off the Hyperthreading again, TV then works, Turn it back on ,
    TV not work. (DISK IS FULL message)

    So what should I try next???
    Thanks for any help.

    I have a Toshiba Satellite P25-S607, 4 Processor-2.80GHz, 60GB HDD,
    512MD SDRAMM,
    Windows XP MediaCenter with TV tuner
    CEH News, Oct 25, 2004
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    CEH News Guest

    I do have the SP2 installed and Restoring back to last week did nto help.
    CEH News, Oct 25, 2004
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    CEH News Guest

    I uninstall the SP 2 then reinstalled it. Now everything works.
    The TV even seems to work faster than before, aint that GREAT!!
    CEH News, Oct 26, 2004
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    PT Guest

    Can you help a PC dummy with this SP2 reinstall? I've had my Gateway Media
    Center 610 (2004 edition) for a year now. All's worked fine until three days
    ago when I recieved the Disk is Full error when I try to watch TV.

    Anyway you could walk me through step by step what you did to solve the

    PT, Jan 13, 2005
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