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  1. Cogeco, WMC Windows 7, WinTV HVR2250 - HELP!

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    Hi All, I've been happily enjoying Windows 7 WMC for about 4 years with a dual tuner Happauge HVR-2250. Just basic analog cable. Was good enough for me. Now that Cogeco has gone digital this rig no longer works. So i've upgraded to an hd package from Cogeco. I was hoping i could continue to...
  2. Seeking Recommendations for new Media Center / PVR set-up

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    I've done quite well with my ganged OTA antennas (in Waterdown, ON), and using Windows Media Centre (Win7) as my front end PVR and TV Guide, as well as using a separate Media Server for Music and Media Storage (HP Media Smart, and various upgrades until Windows Home Server mangled everything)...
  3. W7 reformat - will I lose recordings?

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    I use WMC on a Windows 7 computer to record OTA stuff. All recordings go to an external hard drive. My HTPC hasn't been reformatted in over two years, I'd like to reformat the hard drive and reinstall Windows 7. Will I be able to just plug in the external hard drive and watch my recordings...
  4. How my HTPC, OTA and VideRedo have improved my viewing experience

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    Read about my recentexperiences with my Windows Media Center HTPC, OTA recording and VideoRedo.
  5. How an HTPC and Video Redo have improved my television viewing experience

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    While I have dabbled with Over-the-Air (OTA) television for years I never really spent much time exploring it because I was either subscribing to Rogers Cable or Bell ExpressVu (now called Bell Satellite TV) for my television service. As one of Canada’s first personal video recorder (PVR )...
  6. Charlottetown, PE Linksys WMCE54ag wireless Windows Media Center Extender

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    This Windows Media Center Extender is ONLY compatible with XP MCE (not Vista or Windows 7). For this use, it works great for allowing MP3's and recorded and live TV to be viewed on a remote set. $30 local pickup, shipping at cost...
  7. Glide TV Navigator simplifies HTPC use

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    If have the last you want in your living room is a keyboard and mouse but still want the ability to control a home theatre personal computer (HTPC) then you may be interested in a new product called the GlideTV navigator. Its creators say the palm sized device, which was awarded a prize for...