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Media center problem

Not able not gettingDVD library option under Pictures and video option of Media center to play HDDVD/normal DVDmovies using media center
Able to play DVD and HDDVD with different applications, problem is only when tried to play through media center

OS Windows vista home premium

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Video wo'nt play on XP

To play any media on PC needs codec to support it. If you are playing video on Windows Media Player, go to Tools - Options - then in opened dialogue of options go to DVD - Advanced . Here (Properties dialogue) you will find the supported codecs for different media. If the video file you are playing is not mentioned then the video won't play. So download the required codec to support the video file. A better option is install PowerDVD software which plays almost every video file. Download the old version software from the following link.
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Sorry Daniel, I didn't realize the FixYa service costs, so I guess no answers for me, since I'm not willing to pay (sad, but true, I"m unemployed!). In case you're still...

It doesn't cost anything to post a question. Paying for experts to answer your question is optional. Your post only states that your having a problem with Media Player and it is persistent. Tell me what the actual problem is and I will try and answer. I know there was an update put out by HP for Media player in some models. Initially you might try going to the HP website and downloading the update from the drivers section and see if that will resolve the problem. If you are having trouble with playing some of the media files you can try the one I use which is VLC. It is available at and plays virtually every type of media file out there. it is free and does work on HP computers. I use it to play both Audio and Video files and movies inlcuding youtube videos and AVI files. I'll see what I can do about your problem when I get your response.

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No My Videos, My Music folder in XP Media Center

HI drkravenbrow,

It's as simple as going into my documents and adding a folder called My Videos. It needs to sit inside the my documents folder.

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Media Center says every folder is empty

try going to tools..then search for media files.this sud probably solve ur,the files sud show in ur library

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Yes, file extensions, .gif, .bitmap, .jpg are case sensitive. Just like if you tried to save a word document as .DOC then the file would look like test.DOC.doc. Change case and it will be fine.

Mar 02, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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Media Center file types

Try to rename one of the pictures to lower case .jpg. Normally this isn't an issue, since Windows is not case sensitive on file names. Somewhere along the way you may have changed the association.

Another thing to try is to right click on a JPG file and select Open With / Choose Program. Select the picture viewer of your choice and select Always Use. That should set the association permanently.

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Window media player11 in vista

you can try it this way
  1. Go to the start screen by selecting the mcestart.png button within Windows Media Center.
  2. Scroll to Online Media, then click on Program Library.
  3. Click on Music and Radio, and then continue to click on More Music and Radio to see a list of radio stations available.
  4. Click on the station you want to listen to, and it’ll begin streaming through your Windows Media Center display.
or you can try this
  1. Go to startmenu.png Start, All Programs, then click on Windows Media Center.
  2. Select Music, then scroll across to Radio then click on it.
  3. If you know the number for the station, enter it into your keypad then press Enter.
  4. If you don’t know the number for the station, select the + and - under Seek and Tune to find your station.

Dec 18, 2007 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Vista home premium

there is no problems about your system. Its maybe your systems is lack media "codecs" that enhance your DVD files or Movies to play. maybe you should download any HD dvd codecs and install to your system. or may search google the "media player classic" and use as your player or VLC player preety cool player for almost movies.

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