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Old 18. Aug 2013, 08:00 PM   #13 (permalink)
Frank D
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Remah,

Thanks for your follow-up.

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When you turn the WMC feature off it removes a number of registry entries and removes the ehome folder which is in your Windows folder which is usually C:\Windows\ehome. Is there an ehome folder on your system after you turn WMC on?
I have four eHome folders: "C:\Program Data\Microsoft\eHome; "C:\Users\Frank\AppData\Local\Microsoft\ehome" ; "C:\Users\Frank\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\eHom e"; and "C:\Windows\ehome". Please keep in mind, though, that I am not able to turn WMC on, since it is not installed and I can't install it.
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WMC uses services "Media Center Extender Service", "Windows Media Center Receiver Service" and "Windows Media Center Scheduler Service". Do you have the WMC services installed?
I have no Windows Media Center or Media Center services.
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So how big is your C:\Windows\Winsxs folder?
It is 8.56 GB in size.
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If you search the Winsxs folder, how many files have "mediacenter" in their name?
Mine has 20 folders with "mediacenter" in their name, and there are a total of 52 files within those folders.

To answer your other question: No, I did not delete any files from my Winsxs folder.

Frank
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