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# 39964 21-Aug-2009 19:50
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Hi All,

I'm having a wierd problem with windows 7 media center and freeview HD.

The problem is as follows:

When I record a TV show while watching a previously recorded TV program OR while listening to music (through 7MC) then the TV recording has no audio.

eg.

While listening to music I decide that I want to record something on live TV, so I go into the guide and record it. Now when I go to play the recording it has no audio.

If I do the same without listening to music (or watching a previously recorded program) then it works fine and I have audio on the recording.

HOWEVER, If I'm not listening (or watching anything) and decide I want to record something on live tv (and I record it) and during the recording I decide to listen to music (or watch a previously recored tv program) then there are no problems.

I have tried with and without the shark007 w7 codec pack which hasn't helped.


Does anyone have any ideas ?

Cheers

PS: My system:
W7 RC 32bit
dfi sli-dr nforce4 motherboard
nvidia 9500gt
2GB ram
3500+ 64bit amd
Asus U3100 mini dvb-t tuner (usb)

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  # 249600 22-Aug-2009 09:06
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wow that is just bizarre. About the only think I can think of is make sure that all the drivers you are using are the latest available. It may be something funky with the RC and your hardware...







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  # 250460 25-Aug-2009 18:43
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Fixed this by installing Windows 7 Professional

There must have been something quirky with the RC/my install of it.

<3 MSDN !


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