1. HyperactiveSloth

    XP Media Center Edition .iso download?

    I'm trying to fix a friend's old laptop after his HDD crashed and burned. The original OS was Windows XP MCE, but I can't seem to find a working download for an .iso to reinstall it. It was extremely high-end laptop back in it's day, but's it's still not worth it to buy new Windows to put on it...
  2. HyperactiveSloth

    First carputer build. (GPS, stereo head unit, media player, lite browser)

    I'm still in the very basic planning stages and have no idea what the final result will be, but I thought that I'd go ahead and make this thread a build log rather than just questions about auto-friendly components. Some of you may have read the "crazy carputer" thread a few weeks ago and...
  3. Kung Pow

    Media PC/Server Project

    Hey guys! I have recently ripped and ported most of my blue-ray discs and would like to move the files to a raid array, which would be connected to my Media PC. Later on I might turn it into a Media Server for streaming, however at this time I am only interested in using the array locally and...
  4. Doctor_Death

    New, Home Media Player by Pivos Group coming in for review!

    Hi Guys, we have something new and different coming in for review at Pure OC! Please click on the following link and let me know what you guys think about taking Pure OC in a different direction. Pivos Technology - Product - XIOS DS Media Play Smart TV Companion Thanks
  5. L

    VLC Media Player 2.0 FINAL
  6. ReU_VOoDOo

    VOoDOo Media

    Since you guys seemed to like my other mod so well I figured I could show you one more!! Thanks a bunch "PureOC" Processor/CPU: Intel Core2Duo E4400 OC'ed to 2.6GHz-Upgrade to Core2Quad Q6600 later this month Motherboard/Chipset: ASUS P5G41T-M/CSM HDMI S/PDIF mobo Memory/Ram...
  7. Skyguy

    HornetTek Fantasy Media Player

    The HornetTek Fantasy’s remote control and feature menu allows you to quickly browse and play movies, view photos, and music from connected USB storage devices or SD cards. It also supports today’s most popular media formats (MKV, RMVB, etc). Click HERE for the full review.
  8. Skyguy

    VIZO Master Panel II

    Climbing behind your desk, especially to plug something as small as a thumb drive into your computer every time you want to use it is a challenge, especially if your tower is in a hard-to-reach area, such as behind a desk, or tucked in the low corner of a cubical. Vizo is attempting to tackle...