|19 Nov 2011||#1|
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MC7 Upgrade Disappointment - Too SLOW - CPU 100%
Avid media center user for many years... spent most of last week upgrading XP MCE to Windows 7 (Professional) and troubleshooting.
After install/updates etc (see configuration below) I've found system WAY too slow (CPU near 100%) when running 1 media center session (over xbox360 extender or PC) and more than 1-2 recordings. Offending processes that spike CPU are ehshell.exe & ehrecvr.exe. ehvid.exe. With just recordings happening in background and no media center interface running (pc or xbox extender) CPU does ~20% (4 simultaneously recordings).
On XP MCE using same hardware I could easily have 4 extenders running + 4 simultaneous recordings with no performance issue.
Extensions: my channel logos, macrotube, McShoutCast, mediacenterstudio
- Intel Pentium 2.66GHz dual core
- 3Gb RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT 220
- Motherboard: Asus P5LD2
- 2X Hauppauge NOVA-T-500-MCE Dual (latest newmagic drivers) - last drivers installed
- 4 Xbox 360 media center extenders around home
Any assistance with reinstating our family tradition of enjoying our media center in the home would be fondly appreciated.
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|21 Nov 2011||#2|
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Having built two HTPC boxes with lesser hardware, I'm not sure what the problem is you are having. My wife's MC box is a 2 GHz dual core with an ATI video controller and can record four HD shows without breaking a sweat. I also had a HTPC I built with a 1.8 GHz Atom dual-core and ION GPU that could handle six HD recording with some effort, but it worked.
What I didn't have were the XBOX 360 media extenders. Maybe they need a lot of juice. I now do have one XBOX 360 media extender, but it's pulling from a more powerful i5 powered HTPC with six HD tuners.
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