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I have something DIRECT from Microsoft that can help here but, I will only allow it out case by case. I don”t think they want it publicly released.

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Right click on Computer > Manage > Task Scheduler > Expand Task Scheduler Library > Microsoft > Windows > Expand it to locate Media Center > Highlight it > Locate MediaCenter Recovery Task > Click Action tab in the menu > Select Run.Point of a forum is to share information. I”m not sure Microsoft is too concerned with a discontinued product anyways.

Superevilllama wrote:Right click on Computer > Manage > Task Scheduler > Expand Task Scheduler Library > Microsoft > Windows > Expand it to locate Media Center > Highlight it > Locate MediaCenter Recovery Task > Click Action tab in the menu > Select Run.Point of a forum is to share information. I”m not sure Microsoft is too concerned with a discontinued product anyways.

That removes most of it but, not all of it, on Windows 7, I would go into add remove components, select, Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player (MC”s libraries are in WMP), remove, reboot and re-add and reboot again.This should 100% clear up everything. I signed a non expiring NDA with MS, so this is why I don”t publicly post it. Would they make a deal about it, I am sure not but, do I want to break a possible NDA by publicly releasing something that I shouldn”t and get myself possibly banned from any betas with MS ? No way, not worth that, sorry.Anything else I have for WMC is free game (for the most part) and I share but, there is limits

Superevilllama wrote:Right click on Computer > Manage > Task Scheduler > Expand Task Scheduler Library > Microsoft > Windows > Expand it to locate Media Center > Highlight it > Locate MediaCenter Recovery Task > Click Action tab in the menu > Select Run.Point of a forum is to share information. I”m not sure Microsoft is too concerned with a discontinued product anyways.

Thanks for this. DavidinCT you”re holding yourself to a high standard. That”s good (and said without sarcasm). My 0.02 is that nothing here seems like it would be covered by a NDA. It”s just selecting the point-and-click options that Microsoft provided in the interface. A NDA may apply if Microsoft had some non-publicly disclosed command line prompts, or registry edits, or downloadable file.

Superevilllama wrote:Right click on Computer > Manage > Task Scheduler > Expand Task Scheduler Library > Microsoft > Windows > Expand it to locate Media Center > Highlight it > Locate MediaCenter Recovery Task > Click Action tab in the menu > Select Run.Point of a forum is to share information. I”m not sure Microsoft is too concerned with a discontinued product anyways.

Thanks for this. DavidinCT you”re holding yourself to a high standard. That”s good (and said without sarcasm). My 0.02 is that nothing here seems like it would be covered by a NDA. It”s just selecting the point-and-click options that Microsoft provided in the interface. A NDA may apply if Microsoft had some non-publicly disclosed command line prompts, or registry edits, or downloadable file.

Nah, not a point and click thing, a batch file that does the job very well. Anyway about it, I like what I do and if the chance in heck that Microsoft decides to bring back Media Center in some form or another, I would JUMP on the beta list if I could and I would not even take a remote chance of breaking that NDA by publicly posting something.Anyway too much off topic, I think the OP”s issue should be taken care of by now..

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Superevilllama wrote:Right click on Computer > Manage > Task Scheduler > Expand Task Scheduler Library > Microsoft > Windows > Expand it to locate Media Center > Highlight it > Locate MediaCenter Recovery Task > Click Action tab in the menu > Select Run.Point of a forum is to share information. I”m not sure Microsoft is too concerned with a discontinued product anyways.

Thanks for this. DavidinCT you”re holding yourself to a high standard. That”s good (and said without sarcasm). My 0.02 is that nothing here seems like it would be covered by a NDA. It”s just selecting the point-and-click options that Microsoft provided in the interface. A NDA may apply if Microsoft had some non-publicly disclosed command line prompts, or registry edits, or downloadable file.

Nah, not a point and click thing, a batch file that does the job very well. Anyway about it, I like what I do and if the chance in heck that Microsoft decides to bring back Media Center in some form or another, I would JUMP on the beta list if I could and I would not even take a remote chance of breaking that NDA by publicly posting something.Anyway too much off topic, I think the OP”s issue should be taken care of by now..

Do you mind sharing that with me as well? I need to reset WMC. For some reason it is not detecting my tuners.

If the tool DavidinCT mentions is the tool I”m thinking of, I would be very cautious about using it. It was a very aggressive, lightly tested tool.I would first try the following. If that failed, I think I would opt to do a clean install of OS.To remove/refresh WMC in Win7, I would add an interim step to what”s been listed.

Superevilllama wrote:Right click on Computer > Manage > Task Scheduler > Expand Task Scheduler Library > Microsoft > Windows > Expand it to locate Media Center > Highlight it > Locate MediaCenter Recovery Task > Click Action tab in the menu > Select Run.

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DavidinCT wrote:That removes most of it but, not all of it, on Windows 7, I would go into add remove components, select, Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player (MC”s libraries are in WMP), remove, reboot….

Verify there is no eHome folder under C:ProgramDataMicrosoft. If there is, rename the folder. After that, then complete process:

Hi,Is this a solution to the video error message “files needed to display video are not installed or not working properly?”I have been searching for days with this problem. Setting audio 2 channels in PC and 5.1 in WMC does not solve my problem and I am at a loss to understand how I got this with a fresh install after the system worked right out the box in 2013 when I built my HTPC (see my posting in Video Error thread)?I have one question on the process – after you set RUN on the recovery, do you stop it?If not, how do you know when it stops or whether it has successfully reset WMC?I would really appreciate your help here.Thanks

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