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  1. Hi all, I run a laptop on our main TV as a media centre, and have all the video files (mainly xvid's) stored on a server 2008 box upstairs. Using a wireless network to communicate. Up until installing SP1, everything was fine, however now every minute or so the video and audio will completely stop, stutter for about 10 seconds, then play normally until it does it again I noticed that before SP1 windows would use about 1MB/sec network bandwidth for a few seconds, then almost none, then lots again, which I'm assuming is it buffering on a large scale. However, post-SP1 reveals a constant download rate of about 1.5Mbit/sec (which seems in line with the bitrate of the video files), and I believe that it is this more "streaming" approach rather than the large buffering approach that is causing this. My question is: is there any way to change this? (WMP buffering settings have almost no effect), have tried uninstalling SP1, but the problem remains. Anyone here got any ideas?
  2. Is there any way to do it without having to reinstalling the os?
  3. Hi there, I have no idea why, but the ability to enable the SERVER part of remote desktop is completely disabled There is no remote tab in my computer, and the registry trick does not seem to be working! I believe this may be a nlite'd version so that may be the problem But I am asking is there any way for me to reinstall the server part of RDC? (I can view other computers from it, its only one way, and there are no firewall conflicts) At the moment I am using VNC but IMHO it just doesn't cut it! Many thanks in advance Rob!
  4. Does anyone know of any cheap Shoutcast server hosting? Would like it to be able to handle between 50 to 200 concurrent users at once Any ideas? Thanks in advance, Rob
  5. It does not say anything about office 2003 - it goes on about a previous version of Office 2007 which I do not have!
  6. No - I cant even get to that stage - as soon as the files have extracted and the setup screen begins to load I cannot go any further because of the message box
  7. Is there a way to install Office 2007 Beta 2 without it checking for previous versions - it wont let me install it because it says I have prevous versions installed which I dont
  8. Is there a way to install Office 2007 Beta 2 without it checking for previous versions - it wont let me install it because it says I have prevous versions installed which I dont
  9. Is there a way to install Office 2007 Beta 2 without it checking for previous versions - it wont let me install it because it says I have prevous versions installed which I dont
  10. Is there a way to install Office 2007 Beta 2 without it checking for previous versions - it wont let me install it because it says I have prevous versions installed which I dont
  11. Is there a way to install Office 2007 Beta 2 without it checking for previous versions - it wont let me install it because it says I have prevous versions installed which I dont
  12. Everyone else is doing it so I though why not me! My site is at http://www.rob-knight.com and my blog is at http://blog.rob-knight.com Have fun
  13. Sounds like yet another stupid American law. I bet though that if you did give them resuscitation then they would sue you for damaging a rib or something stupid One question - with beta one you could install it if you had not valadited windows - is this still possible, and can someone please send me a link to the post, Thanks in advance, Rob
  14. Ive just done it and it worked for me and my XP isnt even activated let alone being able to validate
  15. To use windows update just enter java script:void(window.g_sDisableWGACheck='all') into the address bar at the screen where you choose custom or express install, then click go and choose custom - volia!