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Topic # 49651 20-Nov-2009 07:12 Send private message

24th November is the date.

See the details here.
http://www.wegotserved.com




Home Server: Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3, AMD FX-8370, 32GB RAM, 26TB, UPS, 2 x HP P410/256 8 Ports SAS/SATA, 3 x Norco SS-500,  running ESXi 5.5u1 VM's WHS 2011 (26TB HDD), Win7 WMC/NextPVR, HDHomeRun, Win10IP.
Media Center: Silverstone GD01, AMD A6-3600, Asus F1A75-M PRO, 8GB Ram, 120GB Samsung EVO Pro + 750GB WD7500BPK HDD, APC UPS, DVB-T AVerTV TwinStar HD, HD Homerun, Blu-ray player, Windows 10, Kodi, Emby, Titan, LG 55LA6230.
Kids Media Center: Gigabyte Brix 3227, 120GB mSATA SSD, 4GB Ram, Windows 10, Kodi, Emby, Titan, Sony KDL40W4000 iDTV.
Main PC: AMD FX6100, 16GB RAM, NVidia GTX760, 90GB OCZ Agility 3, 750GB WD7500BPK HDD, 2 x 24" Panasonic LCD TV, Blu-ray drive, Windows 10, Kodi, Emby, Titan.

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  Reply # 274650 20-Nov-2009 08:54 Send private message

Not running Windows MC myself, I'm trying to figure out how I can use these media center features for storing my recorded content.  I don't thing all these media center features are very open in the API which is a pity.





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