Installation of two HDHomeRun Dual Tuners on a Friday night – Part One

This is the first of two articles where I will be installing two HDHomeRun Dual TV Tuners. This week I will walk you through the easy installation and software setup. Next week I will show you how to customize and use the HDHomeRun tuners for Windows Media Center.

Monday Morning Media – Five Views from Windows Media Center 02-28-10

This weekly post is five screen shots of Windows Media Center with a CableCARD tuner to get you excited about Windows Media Center and Windows Home Server.

Replacing the System Drive on the HP MediaSmart EX47x Series and Performing the 3.0 Software Update

Now that the HP MediaSmart 3.0 software update is out, a lot of people want to know if you can replace the system drive at the same time. I decided to find out.

Experiences and Issues Upgrading to the HP MediaSmart Server 3.0 Software Release

This week saw the long anticipated and promised release of the HP MediaSmart Server 3.0 software update for Windows Home Server. I upgraded both my EX475 and my EX487 to see how easy it was. And I had some really annoying problems that you might want to be aware of!

Wuala and Windows Home Server

What is Wuala you might well ask? Wuala is an online file store from LaCie.

February 2010 Cumulative Update for Windows Media Center for Windows 7

If you are running Windows Media Center on Windows 7, then Microsoft released a cumulative update this month that you will want to have.

New Windows Home Server Small Office Home Office (SOHO) Page

With the constant shifting of Windows Home Server from not just a product for use in the home, to one that can be used in a small or home business, Microsoft have added a page to their official Windows Home Server website.

Now We Know – HD View by Microsoft

HD View is the new viewer from Microsoft that displays very large images. I mean REALLY large images. How about 2,045 12 megapixel images stitched together? You have to see this.

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