MCE2005 resizing causes the proper screen color to randomly have red or yellow or green boxes...

Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by Gary J Dikkema, Feb 18, 2005.

  1. If I change the size of the window, it can vary from being correct to
    changing to another colored box within the window.

    This is most notable when using the TV component...

    I am using a nVidia FX5200 card and the Win Hauppauge USB2 tuner...

    I have noticed issues with drivers. Seems that Windows Update keeps pulling
    down this 2003 driver... which makes my TV playback stutter... if I roll
    that back to a 2004 driver this problem goes away.

    Anyone else see this and find a cure for it.

    I know I can keep playing with the screen size until it is correct.. but I'd
    like to fix the underlying problem.

    TIA.

    Gary D
     
    Gary J Dikkema, Feb 18, 2005
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  2. Gary J Dikkema

    Bob [MVP] Guest

    My advice is to never install video drivers from
    Windows Update. In my experience, they cause a
    lot more problems than they solve.

    --
    -Bob
    _______________________________
    Microsoft MVP
    Windows XP Media Center Edition
    http://www.microsoft.com/ehome
     
    Bob [MVP], Feb 18, 2005
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  3. Thanks Bob!

    Had to rebuild my whitebox MCE2005 machine... I didn't have this problem
    before. I have had recurring issues between the right nVidia driver inside
    and outside of the MCE environment though... must say I found this action
    strange.

    Gary D
     
    Gary J Dikkema, Feb 18, 2005
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  4. And for follow-up...

    Installed the MSI Live Update and patched and got everything current...
    after rolling back all the WU stuff.

    I now have vibrant colors that seem fairly accurate... and no more green,
    yellow and pink and red boxes when I resize.

    Thanks for the tip!

    Gary D
     
    Gary J Dikkema, Feb 18, 2005
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