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Old 12-31-2006
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MCE Expire
So I have read the posts about the MCE time bomb. I will join with the others
who wait now for the full release. In the mean time, my regular Windows media
player will not function. When I try to start it to watch a video, i get a
"low memory warning." This problem started when the original codec's expired.
I bought the nvidia decoder and MCE began to work again. But the WMP never
came back. I have made all the suggested cahnges to my memory settings but
still no joy. Any suggestions. I can't even listen to music now.
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Old 12-31-2006
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Re: MCE Expire
The XP decoder utility does not work in Vista to change Decoders even though
it appears to.
Use the following utility to insure that you NVIDIA decder is ther
prefferred dedcoder.

http://mediacenterexpert.blogspot.co...r-utility.html


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> So I have read the posts about the MCE time bomb. I will join with the
> others
> who wait now for the full release. In the mean time, my regular Windows
> media
> player will not function. When I try to start it to watch a video, i get a
> "low memory warning." This problem started when the original codec's
> expired.
> I bought the nvidia decoder and MCE began to work again. But the WMP never
> came back. I have made all the suggested cahnges to my memory settings but
> still no joy. Any suggestions. I can't even listen to music now.



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Old 01-01-2007
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yes, nvidia will work
the above suggestion should work. I also bought the nvidia decoder, and it has worked in restoring my music ability (it also brought my tv and recorded TV back, until this latest bomb on the 31st)

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