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Windows 7: How to set affinity for Media Center?

13 Jun 2011   #1

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How to set affinity for Media Center?

How do I assign Windows Media Center to one core? I don't know all the process names. If someone knows what they are I think I could do it with task manager.

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14 Jun 2011   #2

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jakemb512 View Post
How do I assign Windows Media Center to one core? I don't know all the process names. If someone knows what they are I think I could do it with task manager.
hi Jake, the process is called ehshell.exe, that's the one that uses the most CPU when playing files in media center, hope this helps

MrNeeds
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14 Jun 2011   #3

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jakemb512 View Post
How do I assign Windows Media Center to one core? I don't know all the process names. If someone knows what they are I think I could do it with task manager.
hi Jake, the process is called ehshell.exe, that's the one that uses the most CPU when playing files in media center, hope this helps

MrNeeds
I tried that but internet explorer (9) still freezes like antarctica when I try to run them both. I guess my system is just too slow. Thanks for the help though.
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