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Topic # 42575 7-Oct-2009 13:45
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I'm seeing some odd behaviour in Windows Media Center 7. It seems like all channels (apart from 1, 2 and 3) look like this:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/nih7777/3988165867/

The picture of the girl is static, with the colours of the feed still coming through and the saturation maxed out.

I haven't changed anything that I'm aware of. The only codec pack I have installed is the CCCP one, but that's been working fine for months. I have updated the nVidia drivers several times. I don't know if that caused it, but it didn't fix it.

Any ideas?

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  Reply # 262073 7-Oct-2009 14:58
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That seems to be an issue with the un-official Nvidia 191.03 beta drivers. Try using the Official 191.07 ones or revert back to 190.62.






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  Reply # 262088 7-Oct-2009 15:21
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Gotcha, cheers. :D

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