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Media Center now works again and all my recordings and scheduled items are there! I have a HP zd8000 with HP Dual TV Tuner made by Adaptec - AVC-3610, 256mb ATI Mobility Radeon x600 graphics card, all updated, and I constantly lose my tuner for Thanks, Peter Reply Aaron Stebner says: February 28, 2006 at 7:35 pm Hi Peter - please let me know what warnings/errors you are seeing in %windir%medctroc.log and I will try to It's the only site I've found that I feel like I'm getting close to fixing my problem. http://threadspodcast.com/media-center/media-center-error-774.html

I think the problem began after updating media center from windows update. Reply Hp blocking in Windows Vista - Operating Systems says: March 13, 2009 at 8:31 am PingBack from http://forums.techarena.in/operating-systems/1139882.htm#post4297927 Reply Molly Do-It says: June 16, 2010 at 6:16 pm You are After re-booting, I still get the "Windows Media Center Receiver Service stopped working and was closed" error. I've not seen the Tuner error that you mention. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/astebner/2006/02/17/troubleshooting-steps-i-use-for-media-center-component-registration-failure-errors/

How To Reinstall Windows Media Center

Also, is there any exception information in %windir%ehomeehshell.crash that might narrow this down? Reply Follow UsPopular TagsVisual Studio and .NET Framework Setup Issues Windows Media Center - General .NET Framework setup and deployment Windows Media Center - Development Windows Vista Mailbag XNA Game Studio Sadly it was a stupid mistake from me. update) So I tried a system restore right after the installation of rollup 2 (KB900325) then I installed all the high priority updates 1 by 1 and rebooting after each install,

Halfway through the installation I get an AV in something called ‘DRM Migration' (you know when a dialog comes up and tells you something has gone wrong and it needs to Reply Blee says: June 13, 2006 at 1:06 pm yea.. Is there any hope? No need to run NET 1.1 SP1…..

I'm getting the "Tuner Not Found" error, but my MedCtrOC.log file doesn't error out at the same point as in your guide. The mayor problem seems to be that the ehRecvr.exe won't start (or at least doesn't stay on) If I try to watch live tv or even setting up the tv-signal it I can't open System Restore, troubleshooting options, my email, google, games of any type, McGaffee, Norton, Perfect Optimizer, Windows Explorer, etc, etc. I have tried what I know but can't get it to run.

Cheers Janson Reply nmaxfield says: July 12, 2007 at 8:02 pm I also have the same issue and is also started after installing Sony Vegas. I uninstalled the rollup (installed fine with SP3, but the extender software would not install with SP2…wound up rolling off SP3 and taking it from there). Boy was my girlfriend going to be unhappy if we had 2 days without tv… Reply DoneThat2 says: April 6, 2006 at 11:25 pm None of these fixes have worked for Reply ringwraith says: October 4, 2008 at 2:22 pm Thank you Aaron for your suggestions and the most useful link.


I've tried the Fix it Tool from MS and turning WMC off and ion but still get the error. This is a direct result of WMC being unable to handle multiple video programs. How To Reinstall Windows Media Center When I encountered problems with the upgrade my recearch led me to your site. Keep up the good job!

Reply SFC - Stuck on AMD64 Driver file - PlayReady for CableCard says: November 7, 2014 at 5:33 am Apparently this particular one was needed because I reviewed the SFC log news One idea about why this happens on some machines and not others - I upgraded on two different MCE machines and the problem occurred on one machine, but not on the Also, what kind of steps did HP have you try? Note also that after doing this the .side one has now vanished.

What other steps can I try to get Media Center working again? Reply KPatchery says: February 5, 2014 at 3:15 am No problem, Aaron. Reply obxpirate says: February 19, 2009 at 3:07 pm Thx for the reply. http://threadspodcast.com/media-center/media-center-error.html In most cases one or more of the following warnings or errors will appear: Warning: Process wait timed out Error: couldn't stop the ehSched service: 0x00000424. -> "The specified service does

You can install or repair the component on the local computer. Reply T-Will says: October 24, 2005 at 3:06 am I have an HP Pavillion Media Center PC and had this problem. Any suggestions?

Then you should see another entry in the log file during this same registration session that states: Encountered errors during registration of Windows Media Center.

Please can you give me some suggestions? Your fix worked great. The debugger can be disabled by entering: bcdedit -debug off from an elevated command prompt and rebooting. Guylain Reply droplogic says: May 26, 2006 at 4:38 pm Dude, you're officially my hero!

It might help to fully uninstall Update Rollup 2 and any hotfixes installed after Update Rollup 2 (such as KB908250 or KB912067). The channel may be temporarily off the air, or you may need to adjust or reconnect your TV antenna. Reply Aaron Stebner says: December 7, 2011 at 10:33 am Hi Jaypee - If the steps that are listed above in this blog post don't help, then the only other way http://threadspodcast.com/media-center/media-center-decoder-error.html Reply Peter says: February 26, 2006 at 11:22 pm Hi there.

They had me walk through running some of the dos commands in one of your earlier threads. The Guide itself just can't by default give you a mix of channels you in fact can receive from both sides of the border, despite many ATSC US stations are targeting It's easy! Close Windows Media Center and all related processes.

The errors listed above are normally caused by a Media Center service not being correctly registered on the system. This process will take some time." Wait for the scan to complete (this can take several minutes so be patient). grrrr…not good. Anyway tnx for all your time and effort.

In this type of scenario, I always start my investigation by opening up that log file, scrolling to the bottom and looking for any errors or warnings, especially errors related to Tried all of the above. You kindly looked at my logs and could not find the problem. The cablecard diagnostics were no longer visible, so it may have had something to do with the playready (for cable card compatibility).

You may also want to try installing the latest Media Center hotfix from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=72a3a3e7-ebba-4aa8-8f98-6d89ed5a42a8&DisplayLang=en. Easy to follow instructions (though I didn't understand it all) that worked the first time! Is the file regsvr32.exe present on your system also?