(Solved) - Problem event name CLR20r3(8 posts)
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Here is the fix that seems to have solved the problem. After applying this fix I restarted the computer and started the Media Center. The computer has now been running for 24 hours. It has never run this long with the Media Center running before.
Register the following Windows Media Center components
1. Click Start button, click All Programs, click Accessories, then right-click Command Prompt, in the right click menu, please click Run as administrator.
2. Type the following commands, press Enter after each line.
This time I think I may really have it fixed. I un-installed Window 7 Media Center. When it finished the un-install it said I had to shutdown and reboot my computer. When I tried to reboot it said there was an error and it would attempt to fix the problem. After a few minutes it shutdown again. I reboot it again and got the same message that said there was an error and it would attempt to fix the problem. It shutdown 3 more time with me rebooting each time and getting the same message. After the fourth try it came up and said it was installing Windows 7 Media Center. This time it seemed to get it right. I have had it running now for over 2 days with no failures. Hopefully it is now working correctly.
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