It always hogs up massive amount of CPU power and goes into (Not Responding) for a min while updating. Had random BSOD on a fresh 7 install, managed to use the debugging tool, find that it was the audio driver causing the issue and install manufacturers.
I only add media files to the Windows Explorer Library so I can get indexed searches.
It can also sync with various Microsoft-branded portable media players like Windows Mobile phones and PDAs, Portable Media Centers, and more.
how do i stop media player from allways trying to update my music/video files on launch of player.
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System Manufacturer/Model Number Gateway, Toshiba Laptop, and Home Brew OS Windows 7 x64 HP, Windows 7 HP, Windows 7 Ult CPU Intel I3, Cerelon, Pentium 4 @ 3Ghz Motherboard Intel, Intel, Asus Memory 8G, 3G, 3G Graphics Card On-board Intel, On-board n Vidia, n VIDIA card Sound Card on-board, on-board, Sound Blaster Monitor(s) Displays Hannspree HF237, Toshiba, Sync Master 931B Screen Resolution default (all) Keyboard standard wired (all) Mouse standard wired (all) PSU 300w, unk, 650w Case black, black, grey Cooling air (all) Hard Drives 1T internal, 320G internal, 160G internal, 1T networked Internet Speed 6M down, 768K up Other Info Home LAN through Linksys hub to 4 port and wireless switch/router. Wife's computer running Windows 7, and spare laptop running Ubuntu "Karmic Kola" (9.10).
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Microsoft Corporation July 2009 Applies to: Windows® Media Center is included in Windows® 7 Home Premium, Windows® 7 Professional, Windows® 7 Ultimate, and Windows® 7 Enterprise.
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