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The default TV recording location in Windows Media Center 2005 is at:-C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\Recorded TV. But one can change the default recording location to the desired location.
How to change the default TV recording location
To change the default recording location follow the following steps:-
1]Open Windows Media Center.
2]Click on Settings.
3]Scroll down to TV and click on it.
5]Now click on Recorder Storage.
6]Change Record on drive from C: to the desired one.
7]Click Save to save the changes.
1]Download and install Tweak MCE PowerToy from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=3400190a-511a-4a3a-9b89-524511a76f58&displaylang=en
2]Now open Media Center and select More Programs.
4]Click TV and next select Storage Location For Recorded TV.
5]Enter the path for storage location for recorded TV
6]Click Save and exit.
Article ID: 555918 - Last Review: May 4, 2007 - Revision: 1.0
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