Windows® Media Center Crash in Windows® Vista
Learn about the reasons why Windows Media Center in a Windows Vista based PC may sometimes crash.
The Media Center, from Windows, turns the computer to a multimedia machine which resembles more than just a normal television. Windows Media Center can be used to watch movies or watch live TV from cable or from the conventional method. The pictures in the computer could be viewed with greater clarity and you can easily navigate through them using the Windows Media Center. If you have installed a TV tuner card in the system, then Windows Media Center allows you to use the computer as a TV. Using Windows Media Center, you might be able to play games easily. The games could be one which are installed in the computer itself or you might use the games that make use of the network. At times, you may see that the Windows Media Center crashes due to various reasons and you may fail to work with it. You could fix this problem very easily even without the help of an expert.
Read further for information about crashing of Windows Media Center, possible causes and tips to fix such issues:
- Crashing of Windows Media Center
- Tips to fix
Crashing of Windows Media Center
At times, you may face issues with your Windows Media Center that you have installed in your system. You may face such issues when you install the latest update to the Windows Media Center. Sometimes when you try to open Windows Media Center, you may receive an error message stating that Windows Media Center has crashed.
You may face this issue, if you are running your Windows Media Center out of memory or CPU resources. You may also face such issues due to the presence of viruses or malwares in your system. You may also face such issues, if you do not update Windows Media Center properly in your system.
To fix the issues due to viruses, you need to update your antivirus software and then perform a system scan. This can prompt you to remove viruses from your system. To fix the problem due to memory resources, you need to close the application that utilizes huge amount of memory resources. A timely update of the Windows Media Center from the genuine Microsoft website can also help fixing such issue.
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