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Windows Vista Media Center, Restrictions set by the broadcaster

Lately, I have gotten the message while watching tv on media center

Restrictied Content: Restrictions set by the broadcaster or originator of the program prohibit playback of the program on this pc.

I know I have no restrictions as I have subscribed to satellitie tv. I can watch movies and shows on other tv's freely. This issue occurs randomly. I do recall that I have subscribed to Cinemax and that is probably causing issues with the DRM.

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  • sama2468 Sep 23, 2008

    Those links given are for Media Center Edition 2005, not Windows Vista Media Center, and I contacted satellite service, they stated that I would be unable to watch tv on computer which is not true

  • sama2468 Sep 23, 2008

    Kevin, I tried to download and install the patch from the microsoft site that you had given. It did not even let me install. This was expected as this is Windows Vista Premium and not Windows XP Media Center 2005

  • sama2468 Sep 23, 2008

    I have contacted dish network provider, my satellite service, following is their response:



    Please wait while we find a representative to assist you. In order to ensure we are providing you with the highest level of customer satisfaction, this conversation will be recorded.
    You have been connected to (24DrDcb) Dan T.
    (24DrDcb) Dan T: Thank you for choosing Dish Network the leader in DVR and HD. I will be happy to assist you today. Please give me 2-3 minutes to access your account and review the information you have already provided.
    (24DrDcb) Dan T: Thank you. I've read over your information, but I do not believe there is anything that I could do to help.
    Ramesh Bhagia: oh
    Ramesh Bhagia: what do you suggest I do?
    (24DrDcb) Dan T: I do not know if any sort of restrictions on viewing, except for possible copy protection, and that cannot be bypassed.
    (24DrDcb) Dan T: I could not tell you to be honest.
    Ramesh Bhagia: oh ok
    Ramesh Bhagia: thanks for the time

  • sassygirl501 Apr 14, 2009

    I cannot watch live tv movies on my Windows xp media center. Message includes Restrictions set by broadcaster...

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Dear,

this is a DRM issue and a hotfix is available for MCE

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dont rate it until u satisfied

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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  • SALMAN NASEER Sep 23, 2008

    dear,

    check this link too, for possible work out
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913800/e...

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  • SALMAN NASEER Sep 24, 2008

    dear,

    Are you using the built in MS decoder? u will not get the content restricted error when using the MS mpeg 2 decoder
    here is helping site for vista issues
    http://support.microsoft.com/ph/11732

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  • SALMAN NASEER Sep 25, 2008

    dear,
    did u try with hotfix or not. i hope it will help to cure the problem

    regards,

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Contact your satellitie tv service provider.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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    Legin Varghese Sep 23, 2008

    I found some interesting MS links that should clear up the problem.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913800/e...

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...

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    CAUSE
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    This issue may occur if the following conditions are true:




    The TV program was recorded on a computer that is running Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. However, you try to play the program on a different computer that is running Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.


    The broadcaster or the content originator has enabled copy protection restrictions on the program. The copy protection restrictions may be designed to prevent the program from being played on a computer other than the computer that was used to record the program.


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I've spent a lot of time this weekend finally setting up Windows Vista Media Center, and I suddenly realised that Vista Media Center won't play Xvid and Avi files even if Windows Media Player will. If you want to add support for third party codecs including Xvid and Avi files in Vista Media Center then you need to install the Media Control Plugin For Windows Vista Media Center.
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If you have an Xbox 360 connected to a home network that also has a Windows Media Center, you can add your Xbox 360 as a Media Center Extender device so that you can enjoy the digital media on your Windows Media Center computer by using Xbox 360. For more information, see Xbox 360 online.
1. Turn on your Windows Media Center computer and log on to Windows. Verify that your computer is connected to your home network.
2. Turn on your Xbox 360 and verify that it is connected to your home network.
3. In Windows Media Center, on the start screen, scroll to Tasks, and then click add extender.
4. On the Welcome to Windows Media Center Extender Setup screen in Windows Media Center, click Next.
5. Press the Green Start button blank.gif on your Xbox 360 remote control or use your Xbox 360 controller to select the media blade.
6. On your Xbox 360, select Media Center.
7. On your Xbox 360, follow the instructions on the screen to obtain an 8-digit Windows Media Center Setup Key. Write down this 8-digit setup key. This is the key that you will use to affiliate your Xbox 360 with your computer that has Windows Media Center.
You do not need to download any additional software because the Extender functionality is built into Windows Media Center.
8. On the Enter the Setup Key screen in Windows Media Center, use the Windows Media Center remote control or keyboard to enter the 8-digit setup key that displays on Xbox 360, and then click Next.
9. Follow the steps in Extender Setup.
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If you have a firewall running on your computer that is not the Windows Firewall, make sure that the firewall software is set up to allow Xbox 360 to connect to your Windows Media Center computer as a Windows Media Center Extender. Some firewalls are already set up to allow Xbox 360 to connect to a Windows Media Center computer as a Media Center Extender. However, other firewalls will require you to make changes to how the firewall software is set up. For more information about which firewalls are already set up to allow a Media Center Extender connection, as well as information about how to set up other firewalls to work with a Windows Media Center Extender such as Xbox 360, go to the Firewalls and Media Center Extender article on the Microsoft website.
10. After Extender Setup has finished, in Windows Media Center, click Finish.
On the TV that is connected to Xbox 360, the Windows Media Center user interface appears. You can then enjoy live TV, recorded TV, pictures, music, videos, and other digital media on your Xbox 360 as you would in Windows Media Center. A new user account named mcx1 (by default) is automatically created to use the Extender.

Please see http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/8076aff3-16ec-4751-9f57-d36e0ff407201033.mspx#EPD for more info.

Thanks and hope that helps!
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How do i connect my 360 to the computer


I had this same problem and found this great video on youtube.

go here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaKgCYkSCjc

over 175,000 views

if you click the drop down on the info you'll see the step by step instructions.

STEP 1

If you were previously using your Xbox 360 with a Windows XP Media Center Based PC, you will need to remove existing connection. Otherwise skip to step 2.

At the Windows XP Media Center PC

Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Media Center, and then click Media Center Extender Manager.
Select your Xbox 360 and click Properties.
Click Remove.
Click Yes to confirm removal.
At the Xbox 360

On the Xbox 360, go to My Xbox and then System Settings, then select Computers.
Select Windows Media Center, and then press the A button.
Select Disconnect.
Press the B button until you return back to the System Settings.


STEP 2 Gather Setup Key from Xbox 360

Press the Media Center Start button on the remote or go to My Xbox, then select Windows Media Center.
Advance through the on-screen instructions to obtain the 8 digit Media Center Setup Key. Write this key down.


STEP 3 Add Extender

At the Windows Vista-based Media Center PC, launch Windows Media Center. Select Start, Windows Media Center.
Select Tasks, Add Extender.
When prompted, provide the 8 digit setup key you received at the Xbox 360.
Complete the Extender setup.


STEP 4 Print the Media Center Quick Reference Guide

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Frankly speaking I'm using Windows 7 but never had the need of using media center.It cost huge on system resource when running,Even when you watch video it will load other features too when the Media Center start. you can uninstalled it without any worry.

here is the page link on how to disable and uninstalled Media center.why I am giving you this link is, it can't be uninstalled using windows same old add/remove program tools in control panel.

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/02/23/how-to-disable-uninstall-and-remove-windows-media-center-in-vista/ 


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