Re: Media Center Errors (or conflicts)
When will QAM be supported. When I read about the Vista Windows Media Center
it sounds like QAM is already supported but on my system it isn't or I don't
know how to configure it.
"Bryan Hughes" wrote:
> Change the amount RAM in your system from 4 GB to 3 GB. This is a known
> Vista OS issue with memory. After I changed memory to 3 GB, everyting
> worked correectly in MCE.
> IF this does not work try changing video setting to overlay.
> Also MCE does not work with QAM at this time. ATSC or PAL are your choices
> depending on your location.
> "Mcfly" <Mcfly@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > I'm submitting this question on a number of boards because I have had -
> > hmmm,
> > let me count, ZERO responses from anyone, sorry.
> > I have a x86 Vista Home Premium 32bit box with 4GB Ram, Nvidia chipset and
> > ATI Radeon video card and am trying to set up WMC for TV. I've installed
> > an
> > AverMedia M780 internal combo PCIe card with the latest drivers (x.22).
> > From
> > both the manufacturer and the thousands of users posting on the Green
> > Button,
> > I know for a fact that this card is WMC compatible and (obviously) Vista
> > compatible.
> > When setting up WMC, I continue to get the dreaded "tuner card not
> > detected...." error, and subsequently get the "Windows Media Center
> > Reciever
> > has Stopped Working" pop up after I've shut down WMC. I've tracked down
> > two
> > (2) hot fix patches on the Microsoft's site for each error, installed
> > both,
> > and there is no difference. I've uninstalled and reinstalled the card
> > physically and using H/W Mgr...no difference.
> > Interestingly, the AverMedia software I installed after encountering this
> > issue not only sees the card, but immediately allowed me to scan and then
> > watch both QAM and analog stations. I've posted this question on "the
> > Green
> > Button" at least four times and noone seems able to provide a fix. I have
> > stumped AverMedia, as their answer is to back up the machine and reinstall
> > Windows from scratch. Not an option in my mind.
> > What the heck is wron g with WMC??? Ideas and solutions are welcomed.