media center grabs and stops

Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by ndgrizzly1955, Aug 12, 2008.

  1. when trying to watch tv it will play for a min or so then start to stop and
    start till it finally just stops i can change channels and it will go for
    another min or so and start to do the same thing if i record the recordeing
    will have the same things on it how ever i can play a dvd fine does anyone
    have any ideals please read profile i am about to break the what i know about
    putors statement
     
    ndgrizzly1955, Aug 12, 2008
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  2. ndgrizzly1955

    Jaime Guest

    Do you want to share some relevant info so we might help.

    - System specs
    - Is this a new problem or has the system never worked.
    - If it used to work, what has changed/added/updated?

    Do you have adequate space on your hard drive?
     
    Jaime, Aug 12, 2008
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  3. ok hope this helps system worked fine been getting worse over last 30 days
    got internal disk drive with 293 free gb got external drice with 223 free gb
    putor is hp desk top amd athlon 64x2 dual core processor 4200+ 2.30ghz 193 gb
    ram i have 2 light scribe dvd burner r/w bays g-force 6150 video card i guess
    from navidia

    hope that helps and thanks for your time john
     
    ndgrizzly1955, Aug 12, 2008
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  4. ndgrizzly1955

    Jason Tsang Guest

    What version of Media Center are you using? Vista, or an earlier Windows XP
    based version.

    If the latter, see if this helps.

    AMD X2 CPU Issues with Live/Recorded TV in Media Center
    http://jtsang.blogspot.com/2006/06/amd-x2-cpu-issues-with-liverecorded-tv.html

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    Jason Tsang - Microsoft MVP

    Read my blog for the latest in Media Center topics
    (and other topics that interest me)
    http://jtsang.blogspot.com

    More information by me
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    Jason Tsang, Aug 12, 2008
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