And next generation processors, including Intel's Kaby Lake, won't be supported in old Windows.
Intel Skylake die shot.
If you own a system with an Intel 6th generation Core processor—more memorably known as Skylake—and run Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you'll have to think about upgrading to Windows 10 within the next 18 months. Microsoft announced today that after July 17, 2017, only the "most critical" security fixes will be released for those platforms and those fixes will only be made available if they don't "risk the reliability or compatibility" of Windows 7 and 8.1 on other (non-Skylake) systems.
The full range of compatibility and security fixes will be published for non-Skylake machines for Windows 7 until January 14 2020, and for Windows 8.1 until January 10 2023.
So now Intel is being forced there users to use the newer OS's. LOL But nothing about AMD Processors?
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Do you have any extra TV's hanging around that you wouldn't mind donating??:D
The other info is driver version 6.3.9600.16384.
IntelCore i3 1st Gen ClarkdaleCore i3-530 2.93GHz
I see now I was missing the 530 extension
Now I can go to sleep with Johnny Carson. :D
It's soo easy that i'm posting a sample screenshot of a product that can overcome your TV issue on windows 10
Get one of these that's Windows 10 compatible and then install VLC player... Problem fixed just as fast as plugging a USB mice or keyboard.
P>S. Why does the drive say FM? That's a radio frequency in the US of A
The antenna usually plugs into the thumb drive which is the actual tuner. The one in the sample can also act as an FM tuner for radio receipt thats why it mentions FM
Check here for a few alternatives to Media Center on Windows 10.
I can't see where any of those on the website will enable me to do the same things. My PC has a TV tuner built in.
I tend to get lost when there is too much information and that website is VERY informative but I didn't see any mention on your first idea which did sound promising.
Thanks for the research!
Terribly sorry. Still getting accustomed to the Forum. :$