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Can Media Center's Settings be reset?!


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SuperSam

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Hi all.

I've added some files on my media center over the network (by adding folders on other computers as network drives). But I have removed these other computers for various reasons now, and I need the files to be streamed off of one PC, but when I go in "Videos" and "Pictures" etc I have caches of the old files and obviously can't access them.

I just need the entire media center settings and caches reset without reloading the OS.

Cheers guys...
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hi sam :whistling: heres a good tutorial on windows media center http://salloway.org....center/main.htm

Edited by jmoney3457, 23 April 2006 - 12:38 PM.

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I know how to use media center I just need to reset the settings. Sadly that site has nothing about that, thanks but I don't need that.
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I know how to use media center I just need to reset the settings. Sadly that site has nothing about that, thanks but I don't need that.

ya i looked it doesnt sorry bout that sam :whistling:
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No probs :blink:. I hope this can be done :whistling:.
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