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    Windows Media Center shows "missing file" error when trying to Play TV

    I am using windows 7 from last two years and from that time, I am regularly using TV through Cable without any issue but from last week, when I start Windows Media Center and press on "<" to see "Live TV", I get an error message "Missing File ". What should I do to fix this issue? There is no any problem with version. I have attached a thumbnail of my Windows Media Center version so that you can understand the problem easily.



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    Rohith(Guntur) Array
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    Re: Windows Media Center shows "missing file" error when trying to Play TV

    Using windows disk you can fix the problems. put the windows disk in your writer and troubleshoot the problems, then there is a option that install the missing files click on that and install then restart your system. If Not you must download an application for that pupose and use that application.

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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Windows Media Center shows "missing file" error when trying to Play TV

    Hi,
    If any utility is sending a message that file is missing that means the named file is not accessible to the program.

    Now the file ca really be missed, that is somehow deleted , damaged or corrupt.

    So a virus check is the first option and clean the system and try to run the program.

    If uneffective , Download a fresh copy of the mentioned missing file from Authentic site, and install, this will surely do the trick.

    Thank you.

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