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  1. My Setup: HTPC (Living Room): Win7 SP1 x32, Media Browser Classic (No Codecs/Filters) PC (Office): Win7 SP1 x64 Media Browser Server, Video collection. Network: Netgear WNDR3700v3 So far the HTPC plays all the videos. It's a fresh install with windows default codecs. One of the problems is that there is no sound from the center channel (3.1 system ie: L, R, C, LFE). It seems the sound is only through left and right speakers and sub. I've configured the speakers Windows Media Center for 5.1 in the General Settings, however it did not fix the problem. Is there a speaker setup for Classic? Also, FF and RW don't seem to work either, nor can I use the mouse to manually move the time. I was surprised that MBC played my MKVs, so I'm assuming it comes with a built in player, and not using WMC's video player. Should I just install MPC-HC using it as an external player? Thanks in advance -adabo
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