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Windows 7: How to recorder channel on my laptop?

23 Nov 2009   #1
TheIceman6

Windows 7 - Ultimate
 
 
How to recorder channel on my laptop?

Hello,

I want to Ask I have a television and a satelitte but I want to ask how can i recorder some events to my laptop ? do I need devices or something else ?

If so what do I need to be able to recorder and save the events on my laptop ?

Thank you.


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23 Nov 2009   #2
AngelProcesser

 

You can stream Recorded TV from your PC to your Laptop on a home LAN if both run W7 and are setup correctly. Just add the Recorded TV folder from your PC to your watched folders in WMC on your laptop.
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23 Nov 2009   #3
TheIceman6

Windows 7 - Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Swanson Photos View Post
You can stream Recorded TV from your PC to your Laptop on a home LAN if both run W7 and are setup correctly. Just add the Recorded TV folder from your PC to your watched folders in WMC on your laptop.
Thanks but what PC? I don't have a PC only a laptop.
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23 Nov 2009   #4
AngelProcesser

 

Basic information on Recorded TV requirements and setup are available on the W7 website:

Record TV in Windows Media Center
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23 Nov 2009   #5
TheIceman6

Windows 7 - Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Swanson Photos View Post
Basic information on Recorded TV requirements and setup are available on the W7 website:

Record TV in Windows Media Center
Thanks

Quote:
To record TV in Media Center, you need two things:

A TV tuner (a device that connects to your computer through an internal expansion slot or an external expansion port).

A TV signal source (such as from a TV antenna or a cable TV jack).
So I need and Tv tuner, what's the best one ? with good Quality and Good Price ?
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23 Nov 2009   #6
AngelProcesser

 

I suggest one that is on the Windows 7 Hardware List for TV Tuners:

Windows 7 Compatibility Center hardware browse results - TV Devices - TV Tuners

You will likely need a USB type device and one specifically designed for your TV Signal.
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