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Hauppage WinTV Nova T Stick DEP Conflict?

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Old 02-16-2008
Gary Jarvis
 

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Hauppage WinTV Nova T Stick DEP Conflict?
I have already had my stick working on Media Centre without any problems but
I uninstalled it to move it to a powered hub. Now whenever I try to plug it
into any port, main ports on L/top or powered hub I get a Microsoft message:
Windows Media Center Reciever Service and was closed: When I close the
message a bubble comes up from my taskbar: To help protect your computer,
Data Execution Prevention has closed Windows Media Centre Service. Click to
learn more: I tried that but no real explanation and no solutions. Does
anyone have a clue what I can do to get this sorted?
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Old 02-16-2008
Bob
 

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Re: Hauppage WinTV Nova T Stick DEP Conflict?


Advanced System Settings>Performance>Settings>Data Execution Prevention
tab>Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select.

"Gary Jarvis" <GaryJarvis@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have already had my stick working on Media Centre without any problems
>but
> I uninstalled it to move it to a powered hub. Now whenever I try to plug
> it
> into any port, main ports on L/top or powered hub I get a Microsoft
> message:
> Windows Media Center Reciever Service and was closed: When I close the
> message a bubble comes up from my taskbar: To help protect your computer,
> Data Execution Prevention has closed Windows Media Centre Service. Click
> to
> learn more: I tried that but no real explanation and no solutions. Does
> anyone have a clue what I can do to get this sorted?
> --
> Thanks g


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