Video Error Inside of MCE

Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by HulceMCE, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. HulceMCE

    HulceMCE Guest

    My System is as follows (I'm A MSDN Unv. Sub)
    P4 1.4 (Intel MOBO)
    New ATI TV Wonder VE (With Remote)
    Nvidia GeForce 3 64MB Video Card
    WinDVD Loaded

    MCE Plays DVD's fine but gives me the popular corrupt or missing file message when switching to Live TV. Now TV works fine with ATI's Software.

    I did install the TV Card after installing MCE so that may be a problem. I am going to try a fresh install. Any tips? Also what Updates do I want to stay away from?

    Thanks,

    Ryan
     
    HulceMCE, Jun 30, 2004
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  2. searching before asking might be useful.

    TV Wonder is not supported under MCE.

    I have posted on this previously.

    message when switching to Live TV. Now TV works fine with ATI's Software.
    am going to try a fresh install. Any tips? Also what Updates do I want to
    stay away from?
     
    Philip Taylor [ATI], Jun 30, 2004
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  3. HulceMCE

    HulceMCE Guest

    Ok What TV Card Is Supported?

     
    HulceMCE, Jun 30, 2004
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  4. HulceMCE

    Phil Taylor Guest

    eHome Wonder tuner card, the name should be a dead giveaway.

    I am pretty sure I posted all this information, several times. google is
    your friend.
     
    Phil Taylor, Jun 30, 2004
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  5. HulceMCE

    duffman Guest

    Hi - I have just build my MCE PC:

    Pentium 2.8GHz
    Hauppauge RVR 250
    GeForce 4 64
    etc.

    When I try and and start the live feed I get the same error message
    any clues?

    Any help would be greatly appriciated (and I have searched on Googl
    first ;-) )


    -
    duffma
     
    duffman, Jul 1, 2004
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  6. HulceMCE

    Bob [MVP] Guest

    What error message? Do you have DVD Player software
    installed?

    --
    -Bob
    ____________________________
    Microsoft MVP
    Windows XP Media Center Edition
    www.microsoft.com/ehome


     
    Bob [MVP], Jul 1, 2004
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  7. I did the same thing, and was using PowerDVD, and got the infamous
    "video files are missing" error. Turns out that the PowerDVD 5.x that
    I was using just didn't cut it. I got WinDVD and suddenly everything
    worked just fine. I too had the Hauppage 250 card. I beat my head
    against that error for about 12 hours before I found a post from a few
    months ago that said PowerDVD might not work - and sure enough, that
    finally fixed my problem. Fortunately I found that post before my
    skull cracked open. <G>

    John
     
    JDTHREE [MVP], Jul 1, 2004
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