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Hp Media Center M1170n TV freeze


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My TV picture freezes periodically on my Hp Media Center M1170n while viewing in live mode and also when recording (does not effect the recording) and viewing back recordings. A restart of media center fixes problem.
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Is the TV connected properly? Or is it that the connectors are dusty? Try unplugging, give it one or two blows (no saliva going into that please) or use a cloth with A BIT of water to wipe it off. Once the water's gone, plug it in again. See how it works.

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Is the TV connected properly? Or is it that the connectors are dusty? Try unplugging, give it one or two blows (no saliva going into that please) or use a cloth with A BIT of water to wipe it off. Once the water's gone, plug it in again. See how it works.

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I did this, but it's still freezing up
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Have you installed any new drivers/software? If so, please list them.

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No drivers. Added Spy sweeper
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Hmm, so let's see.. not a driver/software problem. Ok:

Try getting the latest drivers for your graphics card?

Also, it could be the settings on your monitor that is making it freeze (maybe something's too much for it).

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