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Hi whenever i try download windows media player 11 it fails and tells me i need to download update roll up 2 for windows media center edition but when i try download that from microsoft.com i get half way through the installation and that fails??can any 1 help plz
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Are you trying to download the rollup from the Microsoft update site or directly from Microsoft.com?
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Here's a link to some troubleshooting tips on Media Center Rollup 2. Hope it helps.
http://blogs.msdn.co...les/487537.aspx
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hi thank u that site fixed my problem right out,i wonder if u could help me with 1 more problem as i finally have my pc the way i want it i would like to create a recovery backup disk so when i go to system tools to create backup i select backup all files on my computer but when it's about 5 minutes into creating backup i get a message saying 'you have either run out of space or the backup file (.bkf) is too large fir this disk'???
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Depending on how much data you want to backup (and if you're backing up the entire hard drive and system state it can be quite a large amount), the best solution is a portable harddrive. You can get them fairly inexpensively now.
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