BSOD (blue screen of death) are usually driver related, so one can only
assume that it is one of your drivers - video, audio, tv etc that is causing
the problem. I'd check your TV card manufacturer's site first to see if they
have updated vista compatible drivers available. Not all manufacturers have
updated drivers available as yet. I know that my hauppauge nova t tv box
will not be having any vista drivers, so it looks like i'll be having to
think about buying a new one. I don't watch much TV so it isn't a priority.
Might also be an idea to get details of the actual error message. If you
machine automatically restarts on a blue screen then you need to disable
that option. Visit my website http://vistasupport.mvps.org
Click the Vista
Faq button and take a look at question 38.
John Barnett MVP
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"Nick21_34" <Nick21_34@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> When I launch media center in vista I get a black screen which then turns
> blue with a physical memory dump. My pc then restarts, any solutions?