Windows 7 Media Center HD Videos Can Stop Playing...
Windows 7 Media Center HD Videos Can Stop Playing on Repeated Window Size Modifications
On computers with limited hardware configurations
Microsoft is offering a set of minimum hardware requirements for Windows 7 for a good reason. Fact is that while the latest iteration of the Windows client is indeed capable of going lower than the minimum system requirements, and still offer a satisfactory user experience, there are scenarios in which the functionality of the OS under normal parameters can be impacted negatively just because of a computer thatís lacking in horsepower. In Windows 7, high definition videos viewed in Windows Media Center can stop playing when users normalize the video window after maximizing it in the first place. Users with computers with limited system resources are the most exposed to this problem.