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Windows 7: Add-Ons and x64 OS...

30 Jan 2010   #1
oldewolfe

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 
Add-Ons and x64 OS...

I'm sure this has been asked at one time or another, but I'm having no Luck in finding the Answers... lol

How have the MediaBrowser and SecondRunTV Plug-Ins been working on the x64 Media Center...??? Any Issues I'd want to watch for before I reload them onto my x64 Partition...???

They seem to be OK on my x86 Partition, but MediaBrowser's not getting all my Movie Posters, actually, it has gotten like 6 of 128... lol...


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30 Jan 2010   #2
zay

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Sorry for your issue, but I would suggest the best person to reference how MB works on 64bit is Demonseed. As for MB not finding your posters, I would first look at how your folders are named, and your folder structure. With that being said, are your movies in its own folder? Secondly, if they are, are the folders named exactly as the movies are called? Let us know, and hope this helps.
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30 Jan 2010   #3
oldewolfe

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

For the most Part, the Movies were File Downloads and placed into My Videos, not so much their own seperate Folders inside the Main Folder... With the Posters up, it'll open to the Movie Info, without'em, it'll start the Movie File right away... Not a Bad Thing, just thought it was strange... lol...

I'll have to look into the names a Tad Closer, but unless I can Rename'em Correctly, they'll likely not Register... I CAN get them to show an Image in the My Videos Folder, but it's not per the Movie Poster itself any, just an Identifier for the File like ya get for Albumn Art in WMP...
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