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Help please i ran msi 8606-020 msi tv anywhere with no problems on windows xp, but i up graded to vista and all my software programs are good---but msi 8606-020 tv anywhere. i try autorun and it wont load i get a error, so i open the file and try thats way,but no chance if after 5 hours of back and forth i get it to load but not the whole program my main problem, is the tv/grabber part of the software is not working i tried going to msi for the latest drivers updates but nothing it still dont work, it shuts down software with this error code reinstall hardware or drivers, [sigh] iam so burnt out please help me or do you know some one that can, or is it that vista and this card is not going to work, thnx for your time. alum

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You could try using Media Portal as your 'TV grabber' you can check it out at http://www.team-mediaportal.com/. You're most likely not going to get the MSI software to work properly on Vista until they release a compatible version. If you still want to use that software you'll have to switch back to XP. MSI doesn't have a lot of motivation to upgrade their software to Vista compatibility because most of their users are still on XP.

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    An error appears that contains a filename ending with MSI. (MSI refers to the Windows Installer.) This error can appear while Windows is starting up or when a particular software program is opened. This error might appear after using a Registry Cleaner or Registry Fix tool.
    See the following error examples. Your error might be slightly different, but it has a filename that refers to or ends with MSI.
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    Preventing MSI errors To prevent these errors from occurring, make sure that registry cleaning and spyware removal utilities do not remove files and registry entries associated with your software. Instead, if you no longer use a particular software title and want to remove all references from the registry, remove the software by using the Add or Remove Programs tool in Control Panel. The software uninstaller will remove the associated entries from the registry.
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    If you do decide to install a registry cleaner, be sure to research the product thoroughly, and then download and install programs only from software publishers that you trust .
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