Error message when you try to watch live TV in Windows Media
Center on a Windows Vista-based computer: “Restricted Content – Display
Driver” – Full KB Article
Consider the following scenario: You are using an OpenCable
Unidirectional Receiver (OCUR) device that is connected to a Windows Vista-based
computer. You put the computer in standby or hibernate, and then you resume the
computer. In this scenario, when you try to watch live TV in Windows Media
Center, you receive the following error message:
Restricted Content – Display Driver
If you wait for 30 seconds after you resume the computer
from standby or hibernation, and then try to watch live TV, the problem may not
occur. In other cases, you may have to restart the computer to resume live TV
Because of this problem, scheduled recordings may not be recorded.
for Windows Media Center for Windows Vista (KB927084)
for Windows Media Center for Windows Vista for x64-based Systems (KB927084)
Windows Media Center stops responding when you resume a
Windows Vista-based computer from hibernation. – Full KB Article
Consider the following scenario:
- You use a computer that is running Windows Vista Ultimate or
Windows Vista Home Premium.
- The system is configured to use a digital cable tuner.
- You watch Live TV in Windows Media Center.
You put the computer into hibernation or into sleep, and
then you resume the computer.
In this scenario, Windows Media Center may stop responding
(hang). Or, Windows Media Center cannot find the OpenCable Unidirectional Cable
Receiver (OCUR) tuner. In some scenarios, you can watch TV again if you press
the Live TV button several times. In other scenarios, you must restart the
computer to watch TV.