The background moves to prevent burn in. It did it in 2004 as well.Originally Posted by NightFireTuning
Uhm, I'm not quite sure what your talkin about. I looked around that forum and couldn't really understand what you mean by video issues.Originally Posted by kingtut
The only problem I have been having now, is the friggin internet. I finaly did enough research and found out the BEST decoder is WinDVD 6 Platinum...but its 95% done downloading and the shuttle has no more internet so I cannot finish downloading it. After I finish downloading it, I am going to reinstall the entire operating system from scratch and do it right this time. Because from the begining, the system had a DVD Decoder that was good enough for atleast WMP10 to play, but somehow I removed that from the cleaning and reinstalling of diff drivers. Now I just gotta find out which drivers are my NForce and NVidia nView drivers lmao....soo many nVidia things lurking around.
I'm still tryin to figure out how to stop the background from moving....if not, I'm thinkin of just turning the main blue cloudy background into black and grayish background.
that would be my guess too. I recently switched from a GeForce 4 to the GeForce 4 on the motherboard. kept getting video error messages until I went into the BIOS and changed the onboard from 32 to 64 megs and now all is well. I'm able to run something like 1600x 966 on a 51" HDTV. I can 1900 x1080 but it overscans so much I cant see the start bar.Originally Posted by Defiler
so.... anyway to use the epia-m boards' onboard video within MCE ?
dont those motherboards have drivers for windows xp? If The onboard video is 64mb minimum, and you got drivers for windows XP, you shouldn't have any problem. If they are under 64 mb, you might be able to use Media Center, but your going to continue to get the video driver error.Originally Posted by Cyber_Drone
Like some people say, its not for everyone. This program was made for people like us tho...Microsoft and Shuttle are installing Media Center XPC's into new car's like Cadi's and Mercedes.
BUT, if you can't use it...stick with MMC...soon it will be just as good as Media Center and will be more...whats the word, availible? for people with the lower powered systems. Were going to try and make MMC look and perform just like Media Center, but with less requirements.