Windows Media Center is a product of Microsoft, and is a multimedia utility. It is mostly being used by Windows operating system users. It enables users to play audio and video files on your computer. Other than that, it also has the ability to work in conjunction with a TV tuner and acts as a digital video recorder for your computer, allowing users to pause, rewind and record live television. Using this application, you will be able to share media files over a network with devices like Sony’s PlayStation 3 or Microsoft’s Xbox 360. If incase you are facing problems with Windows Media Center, repairing or reinstalling will resolve the same. This article contains instructions for doing the same.
Windows help instructions
To repair your Windows Media Center, all you have to do is to follow the instructions mentioned below.
- Start off with this procedure by opening your Control Panel. To do this, click on the Windows “Start” button, if you are a Windows Vista or Windows 7 user, click on the option labeled “Control Panel” from the start menu, but if you are a Windows XP user, you first need to click on “Settings” from start menu and then select “Control Panel”.
- Continue by opening the tool to install/uninstall and repair software programs. For Windows Vista and 7 users, the tool for doing this labeled “Programs and features”. If you are a Windows XP user, click on the option which says “Add or Remove programs”.
- Locate and click on the “Windows Media Center” from the window that has just opened up. The new window will be having a list of all installed programs organized in alphabetic order, and you won’t be having any trouble in locating Windows Media Center.
- Now hit the button labeled “Repair”. This will fully reinstall a fresh copy of Windows Media Center on your current copy. This won’t edit any of the changes to settings or person files you have made on the program. It will only replace those corrupt or damaged program files with new, fresh copies. Once the repair process is complete, you will be able to use Windows Media Center without any problems whatsoever.
That’s all with the instructions for repairing your Windows Media Center. Thanks for your time!
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